Power tools

They are a thrill, instant mitered corners – wow. Of course it takes some practice to get those corners clean but I spent 2 full days at a Woodworking for Painters workshop in the woodworking shop at Mass Art learning the ropes, vocab, safety, how to think through the moves at a machine before doing the cut – the better to keep ones fingers. On the 2nd day I was able to put together a floater frame from poplar for the Lavender and Roses painting. I’m proud. Yes, still have to finish – poly? or wax? the frame, some wire and screw in the painting. Photos to come.

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The Tools by Phil Stutz and Barry Michels. Tao Te Ching translated by Stephen Mitchell
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