Monthly Archives: May 2011

Screen Printing Exposure Unit

Decided to try and build my own exposure unit after reading comments by other silk screen artists and t-shirt makers. Apparently the metal halide light is supposed to be superior to fluorescent tubes, lets hope this latest creation actually works.

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Model Canoe

Last night while my wife was visiting our neighbors I sat down and carved out this little model canoe (7×1.5×1.5). I’ve included some steps in its construction. The blocking out was done with a jig saw, but a scroll saw … Continue reading

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Spoon Carving

This last weekend on Saturday, took the ferry across to Kingston and spent the day learning to carve spoons at David A. Boxley’s. I only managed to carve out two spoons while Sensei Boxley knocked out 5 in about the … Continue reading

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Copper Pendants

I’ve already posted up a page on the main website explaining the details on the copper pendants I’ve been working on, but I thought I could give a bit more background here about what I find intriguing about these artifacts … Continue reading

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Pike Place Market

We started selling at Pike Place Market in December right before Christmas. It has been a bit of a rough start with a very rainy, cold spring but we are really looking forward to the summer and what it will … Continue reading

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