Things to Come

It’s only been two days since I have been in the wood shop. It is incredible what the fellows have produced so far. Today they are gathering their works, deciding on prices, and where to concentrate their energies over the next six days before everything is brought to the gallery. The sawdust thickens!

Here are some sneak previews of things to come.

A small view of Winifred's final installation piece that involves new world technologies and old world ingredients.

A small view of Winifred’s final installation piece that involves new world technologies and old world ingredients.

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Jay Cox turns the 22″ disc for my installation piece.

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Details of Julia’s work.

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Wood that speaks for itself.

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Julia’s work table is filling up!

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The wood really does speak to her.

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Zina’s lovely work is continuing to evolve into her final pieces.

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The Zina and Adrien collaborative landscape now has drawing on it by Adrien. Ready for Zina to carve.

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Sending final information about their work to Karen at The Center.

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Detail of Grant’s new piece – lots of textural carving.

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Some of Rex’s pieces and models assembled together.

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Details of individual elements of Rex’ work.

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A new Rex piece was made over the weekend.

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The collaborative Zina/Rex  furry vessel piece now has a stand.

Drawing and almost finished bird piece.

Drawing and almost finished bird piece.

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Detail of Adrien piece.

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Adrien has added another work to her sculpture pieces

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