Robert Seliger has been building gorgeous and intricate pieces of furniture since the mid-1980’s. He moved to Bend Oregon in 1990, with his wife Kathy, kids, and many animals. Originally from Colorado, Seliger’s long history with arts began at an early age with numerous national awards. He went on to pursue architecture in college and continued to tune his talents in woodworking workshops with Sam Maloof at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Aspen, Colorado. He draws most of his inspiration from visions and dreams. This is the true significance of his work that really sets it apart from traditional furniture makers. He is an artist and master woodworker with an architectural background. Robert Seliger won 1st place in the 2015 WDC Woodworking with his “War Vest” table and has since seen his work thrust into the national spotlight. The design for the table came through a dream. He saw a Native American chief going into battle and a war vest fastened upon the warrior’s chest.