Monthly Archives: March 2017

The New Drill Plastic Box

Well good morning to all, hope you are also having a great day. I decided it was time for some new drills in the workshop, so off to one of the big box stores to get a brand new set. … Continue reading

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Tool making

Well hello to all of you who stop by here to see what is happening in my shop. Continue reading

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Eagle Flute Ground-work

Carving the eagle head in the end of the flute is the next step. Continue reading

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Like grapes?

So it had to happen, being a wood carver how could I just round off a flute? So after you actually carve on the inside, why not carve on the outside. So get comfortable and I will show you more … Continue reading

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Clamps for the flute? (with pictures)

Well hello, here we are in California in the beautiful Temescal Valley where we grow poppy’s on the sides of our freeways after some rain. In fact some of the motorists actually stop on the freeway to look at the … Continue reading

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Not all art is in a frame

While some people may think of a painting hanging on a wall somewhere when the 3 letter word “ART” is mentioned. But in fact art can be in many forms. Everything from houses, sculpture, buildings, clothing and glass blowing to … Continue reading

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Thursday night

So it was Thursday night in Lake Elsinore and I was rolling around on my new (to me) scooter. It was time for the new 2nd Thursday of the month Art event. While I have been taking a rest from … Continue reading

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