These beautiful clamps present gorgeous repetition and variation in our woodshop. Their design is economical and strictly utilitarian; they are beautiful and useful, as singular objects and in the numbers hanging off of racks in the shop.
This is the classroom/workroom for the woodworking course I’m in. Not a great picture, technically, but it’s a quiet, orderly image from this next chapter in my life and represents my choice to keep moving forward. I will continue to learn how to build things and here’s the place I’m doing it, for now. It’s one of my favorite images from 2017.
Not Printmaking! Deeply imperfect but satisfying, this is my first piece of furniture! It’s a magazine rack of sorts for the top of a bookshelf I have. I learned a lot doing this, from drawing up plans to how you can (almost) never do too much sanding. A good and educational experiment!