Charles and Henry Greene experimented with many art forms. Besides their architectural designs, they both built furniture, did woodcarving, sketched, painted in watercolor, and made photographs. Charles also experimented with etchings, woodblock prints, stone carving, bookplate design, and leather-working. Nature, especially trees and plants, was a favorite subject. Some examples of their craftwork, as well as the tools they used, are exhibited here, on loan from the Greene and Greene Archives, The Gamble House.