Monthly Archives: September 2009

Clocks by Jason Linde

This is a very simple yet striking clock. The hand is always stationary and the clock face is what rotates. Jason Linde has a series titled the “Wenge Series” that you can see here. It is named after the wenge … Continue reading

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Skid Steers and Broken Bones

The lamp is done and looks perfect, if I don’t say so myself. However, I won’t be able to post the final product for a week or so because I had a little accident and fractured my fibula. On Monday … Continue reading

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Mugs

Now these are no techno-kenetic wave sculptures or a Piggy Vase, but worth a post and I’ll briefly explain why. The mugs aren’t so much the focal point as much as the way they are stored and go together. It’s … Continue reading

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The base is done

Having finally finished the base this little beauty should be wrapped up by the end of the week. I am pleased with how it is coming along, except for one thing. I wish the spalting on the poplar was a … Continue reading

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Reuben Margolin

Reuben makes sculptures and is from the Bay Area. These aren’t stationary sculptures, they’re techno-kinetic wave sculptures that basically feature motion and kinetic waves. He is a skilled artist with a keen mind, gleaning inspiration from the things around him. … Continue reading

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