Stone Likeness Carving
Stone Likeness Carving
Wine Cellar (Stone)
Deer Door (unstained)
Bear & Cub Door (unstained)
Grandfather Clock (Walnut)
Wine Cellar (Masonry)
Wine Cellar (Cherry)
Table & 12 Chairs (Red Oak)
Stone Carving (Keystone, Limestone)
Precast concrete Fireplace sculpture and Metal Door.
Built-in Bookshelves (Cherry)
|Experienced With||Collaboration, For-hire services, Public art, Commissions|
Happy Hollow Studio is the Creative home base of Bruno Lazzaris, LLC. The Studio is located in the South Hills area of Pittsburgh, PA where you can commission a unique and original artisan creation of your own. Among some of the one-of-a-kind custom creations are the fabulous Wildlife Doors. The carved doors are created with specialized skills that blend the craftsmanship of fine furniture and wood carving into artisan pieces of woodwork. Working as a wood carver, stone carver or just creating a custom masonry fireplace, the Studio strives to provide a final product that is unique to you. Other products that are offered at Happy Hollow Studio are Wine Cellars, Fireplace Mantels, Stone Carving etc. The passion of the Studio is designing and building. Your imagination is the only limitation.
For the past decade, Bruno has devoted his creative talents to stone and wood carving, fine woodworking and specialty masonry. Woodworking has always been a passion, an art he learned from his father who had been trained in Italy, and who also taught Bruno masonry at an early age. After earning a degree in civil engineering with a major in structures, Bruno was co-owner of a masonry firm for twenty years, designing and building brick and stone fireplaces, arches, entryways and many other one-of-a-kind works. He paid close attention to all aspects of construction and design, and has used those experiences to fine tune the details of his artwork.
Bruno founded his own company in 2006, where he refined his artistic talents and creative expression. Most of his creations are designed and built from his own ideas. “It’s always a great feeling to be able to find a way to do, or build, something that is different and unique.” His wildlife doors showcase his ability to blend his talents of building fine furniture and wood carving, resulting in one-of-a-kind creations that make a huge first impression. He finds great pleasure in being able to provide his clients with a vision turned into reality. Over the years, his work has also included fine furniture (e.g., dining room table and chairs, grandfather clock, built-in and custom furniture) and specialty masonry (e.g., stone entryway carvings, shrines, wine cellars). There are very few limitations to what Bruno can create, and he is always looking for the next unique and challenging work as an artisan.