The quartet of Shoji lamps, done and ready for the weekend. If you’re in the Wilington, DE area, stop by the Chase on the Waterfront center to see them in person. I’ll be there with all the other wonderful folks with the PA Guild of Craftsmen. Maybe even take home a pair, or one, if you must. Though I think of them as pairs.
Lovely combinations of Cedars and Figured Cherry, finished with different Shellacs and Wax.
(wooden) diamond (shaped) ring.
Need better finish but I’m very happy.
This is what I had on my mind for quite sometime.
Every birthday and Christmas I would buy my dad a tool of some sort for a gift. They became more specialized as the years went on. After he passed I’ve been slowly taking those tools back to use in my shop This strap clamp was one of the tools he never used, but today I had the need for it on a component for a sculpture. Oddly enough it’s a coffin. I always was his weirdest kid…,
#tbt to last week’s Native American flute making workshop with Bill Quackenbush from @hochunknation. The finished products turned out beautifully and sounded great! 🎼🎶 Participants made 5 cedar flutes and one sumac stick flute.
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