Repeats for Commerce

Obed Edom, in the form of a 12″ x 18″ linocut, is for sale on our Etsy Store finally.  Right now, I have 5 impressions available.  Also posted there, are a few bowls which I believe are worthy of consideration.  Thanks everyone for your support, encouragement and attention.  If you missed last week’s post, please give it a look.  I thought it was a good one, but it sort of went under the radar- or perhaps it wasn’t as nice as I fancied.

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Obed Edom, Linocut 12″ x 18″

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Black walnut salad bowl

Wood Fire

Lift Earth Rise , compositional sketch on guitar

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small eyes wonder

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A five year old little girl with a pension for the aesthetics of random objects

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while carving walnut to look like earth

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of the golden dust of osage

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he discovers eggs make lovely lanterns

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walk out to find these things from my Goldsworthy protégée

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the horse rolls out, making its provision and fuel

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Quercus rubra holds Quercus alba for a shave

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showing how much learning is found when a draw knife pulls through the grain

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and much beauty in the life of trees

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yielding four legs from the rugged giant of civilization (that is Mr. Q. Alba)

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back to the door. routing tongues and tenons, applying coiled energy to transferred pattern

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every fit feels like a miracle

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and the two become one

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“Onforan” becoming a door, framing a passage

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embers stirring embers

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into the incense of fearless youth

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a seed within a seed, life and healing travel in a mysterious shell

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later, the arrangement has changed, she’s at it again

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meanwhile, nature imitates nature

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round violently became flat, then eases its way into concavity

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green tips taken by the hoof-shod

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the edges wound-up by the steel-shod

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summits of pollen-yellow splendor arise from the dust

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in a moment, history and beauty merge and glow

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while the broad axe composes its song

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as it was written in fire

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as it was written in wood

There is a deeper root

Silver Trumpet edit
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White Oak and Cherry

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A bowl for Clive, a mantle for Tanner, and a spoon and a saddle (I am only responsible for the plaque, which is in hedge and walnut) for Harold.  This weeks bonus image is a little tree frog freshly emerged from my son’s tadpole nursery.  I trust you’ll forgive so many images of one bowl when you consider how stunning the character of the grain is from every angle.

Spring Bowls

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kentucky coffee tree

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white oak

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locust

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locust rim

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black walnut

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crabapple

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crabapple base

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cherry spoon

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cherry spoon

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kentucky coffee tree

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kentucky coffee tree

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kentucky coffee tree

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black walnut

Gymnocladus dioicus deconstructed at 800 rpm

A more singular post than is normal around here, but I am really into taking these high speed photos of spinning wood and stationary steel precipitating a diaspora of fibers and debris. This is a piece of a Kentucky Coffee Tree being made into a bowl.
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October Pull

Frosty Morning, traditional, banjo, guitar, mandolin and bones
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