I had a great group of carvers & box-makers last month down at Drew & Louise’s place. There was so much to cover, I shot some photos, but didn’t really do it justice. Someone should just shoot the table settings/meals. I shot some of the opening night’s pizza, but after a while, it was time to eat, not photograph stuff.
A sample of photos follows. We had Axe night, when neighbor John Krausse came w his friend Josh (I hope I remembered that right) we tried about 20 different hatchets…Drew showed us his modern bowl forms one evening. And in the daylight these folks made great boxes.
what a time!
Here’s the link to Country Workshops – if you haven’t been, get down there next year. http://countryworkshops.org/
see Drew’s bowls and read about them here http://drewlangsner.com/
Louise’s blog is here http://louiselangsner.wordpress.com/
4 thoughts on “Country Workshops, mostly pictures, few words”
Nice outdoor oven… would love to visit one day. Pizza, axes… what more could one want.
The boxes looked excellent. Great job everyone. Would like to make one someday…sigh…
Would you call the tree truck on legs a hewing table? I like that a lot. Looks deceptively easy to make. Also looks like it could kill someone :)
A period New England intersecting lunettes box is being sold at Christie’s later this month.