Try Mend Make

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10 Comments on “Try Mend Make

    • Thank you, Steven. Those chickens turn up everywhere around here.

  1. Buddy, it’s great to see your process in these images. That is such an epic Kansas sky for the final image. And I love that carved piece towards the end. I’m glad I am back to regular web now so I can take my time with your website. Beautiful, as always, and thanks for sharing.

  2. There are not so many people anymore that can see the simple understated beauty that natural wood has. People want to slap some paint on or do garish things to fine art nature provides. You clearly have that kind of quiet, observant soul that works with nature to enhance, or highlight, the properties each piece of wood has slowly and intentionally developed over a long period of time. People underestimate the power of simple. Your art is beautiful.

    • Sarah, I am grateful and humbled by your generous words. Thank you for taking the time to look and see, and to write. I strive to see what is beautiful, only to be able to cooperate with it. I am happy to know that I am not entirely unsuccessful.

      Jack

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