Monthly Archives: May 2011
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.
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
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
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