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Poster for Upcoming Exhibition at Whitby Gallery in St Joe!!

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Kitsutsuki

ast week, while carving mugs for the upcoming show, I looked out the back of the barn to see a magnificent pileated woodpecker.  I promptly decided to add him/her to a mug.   I was delighted to see it because … Continue reading

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Ruining Children…

1. My folks trimmed several trees in the yard, including a couple young sugar maples they planted years ago. 2. The sun evaporated the running sap from the missing branches into sugary droplets. 3. My visiting niece was encouraged to … Continue reading

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Making New Pieces for a Show in June

ere’s an image of a coffee-maker I finished carving yesterday in it’s green-ware state (unfired, unglazed).  It is for a show I get to do with St Joe printmaker, Mary Bruno, at the Whitby Gallery of the St. Ben’s Monastery from mid … Continue reading

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Swan (in Situ)

he kiln really liked the swan for my parents.  Even though it was loaded in the far back, it got plenty hot and plenty of ash melted onto it.  I couldn’t image a better outcome.  It also works just as … Continue reading

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Timber!

y folks and I slept considerably more soundly last night after we dropped the top two-thirds of this rotten box-elder tree behind the house on Sunday.  We’ve been working on taking down three old box-elder trees in the backyard since … Continue reading

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Paula’s Tree

hought I’d snap a picture of the beautiful tree beside the barn in it’s fall plumage.  My sister Paula, in fact, planted this tree into a styrofoam cup in kindergarden from a seed of the huge honey-locust tree standing outside … Continue reading

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