A very fun quinto acuto arch opening and door (the arch radius is 4/5 of the width). Made from wood torn out of a nearby silent movie theatre.
Ok, so i’m pretty excited about these pieces, just pulled from the kiln, cooling down, and “pinging” in the dining room. The one with a hole in it is a vessel sink; we’ve also got a eucharistic chalice and patons; and we’ve also got a new glaze experimentation in that normal bowl—I think my most mega-favoritist glaze ever!
Brother Mickey McGrath of Bee Still Studios and I teamed up to make a Heart of Camden auction piece for their annual fundraiser. I made the frame out of reclaimed walnut (a rare find for me), and Mickey titled his painting, on the back, “Joseph and Jesus rebuild the city of Camden.” By the way, Jon Bon Jovi will be at this fundraiser! And I’ll be out of town, teaching a course in Belize!
The people who ordered the reclaimed wood counter top came back for more: a reclaimed wood bike rack.
A cute little Antonio Gaudi-inspired gate.
Some picture frames I made, framing for our nursery, some of Nikki McClure’s lovely art prints
Some shadow boxes I made, hung with hidden pocket screws.
Two diptychs, painting by Brother Mickey of Bee Still Studios, made from reclaimed oak pews from Holy Name, Camden, NJ, presented at the cathedral of downtown Camden. Modeled after the cathedral’s stained glass window tracery.
Here’s a tea set I made, similar in design to one previously posted.
Made of abandoned pew, installed at the Camden cathedral.
Just made and installed this!
A reclaimed wood counter top with custom carved corbels.