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Saturday, September 04, 2004


Fun with wood

So, it's the busy season over here in the land of the woodworker. I seem to have many projects going on and more coming in everyday. Not that I mind, it is something I'd most likely be doing anyway. The only problem I'm having would be the small matter of not having the right space to do wood working in, the garage seems to be a little full at this moment in time. Oh well, I'll just work around it.

I am taking part in a group show in October called "3D and THEE" at Gallery 219 in Barrington. By the title, it's all about sculpture, so I need to finish some more of my big sculpture things by mid month. I thought I had enough, but someone told me that if I sold the piece she wanted, she would never speak to me again. The offer is so tempting, but I think I'll bend to her will just this once. So far I have four pieces done for the show, all kind of big, mostly 96 inches tall. I'm thinking I need to make some smaller things, wood abstractions of some sort, to offset the big junk. That shouldn't be hard, seeing as though I found some cool pieces of wood recently that should do nicely.

Anyway, when the time comes, I'll be ready and inform everyone when the opening for the show is.