Ron Tremback and Patti Robertson have designed and created fretwork full time since 1992.

As well as making the more traditional fretwork subjects such as, wildlife and silhouettes, they are well known for their more esoteric subjects, such as, Celtic designs and ancient symbolism.


Patti also creates one of kind wood-burned pieces.

Ron sets up, saws, and contributes to the design process.  Ron has been an artisan for more than 40 years, making everything from moccasins to houses and cabins.  His love of fine detail and intricate designs led him to become a professional fretwork craftsman 26 years ago.  

In addition to the wood burning, Patti draws the patterns, creating an eclectic mix of images to produce their 400 current designs.  She also assembles and finishes the fretwork items. Patti has more than 35 years experience as an artisan creating many different kinds of arts and crafts.  She has experience in weaving and knitting and has formal training in upholstery.  She has also done papermaking and beeswax candle making, and has given workshops in these art forms.

They have now exhibited at more than 450 juried arts and craft shows during their 26 years of creating fretwork.

Ron and Patti treat their business as a very serious endeavor with creativity, quality and customer service their main considerations.  They continue to explore new designs and techniques.

Ron demonstrates at the outdoor shows they attend.  He powers his scroll saw with a battery when utility power isn’t available.  People come away with a new appreciation for their creations after they have seen them being handmade.  Children are fascinated by Ron’s wizardry on his saw.