In between two trips to Maine. Trying to finish up some things. So busy, I’m mostly not even writing sentences…here’s some photos.
the first two were when sun came out up at Lie-Nielsen:
I took a morning’s walk at Owl’s Head
saw waxwings hawking insects
The students took to the bowl carving like crazy. Same thing happened at Roy’s place earlier in the season.
very concentrated, very percussive.
Nic Westermann’s tools were a huge help.
What’s that spot on the inside of Deneb’s bowl?
Back at Plymouth Beach with the kids – can I get an ID please?
Harvard Square, yesterday. Trying out my new hand-me-down Nikon D300. Thanks, Heather. http://heatherneill.com/studio-blog/
Daniel pointing at something down by the river here at home.
Splint basket, made in southeastern Massachusetts. On display at the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography.
I forget what Nation this basket comes from, but the weaving blows my mind.
These next two reminded me of my Alaska trip. Nice seal-hat carving.
An adze, I think part of the Haida or Tlingit culture…I took no notes, was chasing the children around while trying to shoot photos through the glass.
Finishing up the chest with drawers in the next few days. Photos to follow.