December 20th, 2010 — Art, Studio
It has been two and a half years since I visited Japan and just as long since I spent time with my old friend Kjell Hahn. He has a new studio set up in Onishi, a little town that is now part of Fujioka in Gunma-ken. The studio is an old two story building thatContinue Reading
November 6th, 2008 — Studio
I put the final coat of paint on the frames. I am waiting for a plastic blade for the table saw to cut down the acrylic sheets. Then Mimi and I will frame the prints.
October 30th, 2008 — Studio
After gluing the frames together with strap clamps, I cut into the corner joints with the table saw. I planed down scrap wood from cutting the rabbit to 1/8″. These thin strips were pressed into the cuts made by the table saw. This makes a strong joint that has more area than using mechanical fasteners.
October 23rd, 2008 — Studio
October 22nd, 2008 — Studio
Mimi has her exhibition featuring work that she made during her residency next month. That means someone needs to make frames for the works on paper. That someone is usually me. I rough cut this frame stock from pine that I planed down. I will cut the stock to dimensions tomorrow and begin gluing themContinue Reading