Kevin Creaser and Steven Mosher
Nova Scotia builders partner up a wide range of expertise - delivering unique custom results
Creative Woodworker - Kevin Creaser
From a young age, I've been interested in design, construction and art. In my early 20s, I began selling full-size reproductions - painted woodcarvings of fish.
I feel comfortable among a wide range of artistic styles: realistic scenics, abstract paintings, whimsical paintings and sculptures as well as mechanical creations which call for inventive problem-solving. Over the last 30 years, I have sold artwork across North America and overseas.
I also enjoy the more practical side of life including boat building and house renovations and additions. In 2002, my father and I renovated, restored and decorated a 150 year old home-by-the-sea that has been in the family four generations.
We brought about a complete transformation inside and out. People rent it for vacations year after year because they love the character and charm of the place.
the home's surroundings at www.nova-scotia-cottage-rental.com
Over the last several years, I've brought design, woodcarving and mural painting to renovation and construction – designing and building unique custom kitchens, baths and stand alone pieces including one-of-a-kind mirrors and fine furnishings.
Creative Woodworker - Steven Mosher
In 1983, I got my first job in the home construction trade working for a contractor. By 1986, I'd grown my abilities at a variety of jobs. At a cabinet-woodworking shop, I used exotic woods to turn out custom picture frames and furniture. The Town of Lunenburg hired me for a large government-funded project, rebuilding the interior of the Arena.
This was followed by a 17 year stint with Lunenburg's Smith & Rhuland – a famous ship building yard that landed in the history books as the birthplace of the Original Bluenose and Bluenose II. As a shipwright, I had a wide range of duties including cabinet building, ship re-fits (restoration and repairs), decking, caulking and mill-work. It usually called for working without a square or level, dealing with difficult angles to create smooth-flowing curves.
I had the privilege - and pleasure - of working on famous wooden, sailing ships - Bluenose II, Bounty, Theresa E. Connor and Hector, to name a few.
From 2002 – 2008, I continued with house construction – additions and renovations – as a partner in a construction company.
Creative Woodworkers Kevin Creaser & Steven Mosher
I enjoy building this website. Steven and I have similar talents, and lots of unusual expertise besides. By combining them in Creative Woodworkers, you have access to a wide collection of one-of-a-kind results.
There is no limit to where we can go with this company. Big or small projects, contemporary or traditional designs, standard or custom results, whatever the project, we’ll be more than happy to do it for you. We'll listen to your wants, needs and dreams, then create a well-considered design and work plan for your approval. With hard work and high standards, we'll give you pleasing results.
Look through our website. As a growing business, we are regularly posting exciting new pages – home to personal stories and plenty of information.