Monthly Archives: November 2009

Sweet Home Alabama

I’ve been a little off on my posting schedule. Partially because we are away from the shop for the week of Thanksgiving in Birmingham, Alabama, Cliff’s hometown. So, I thought I’d give a quick report on what we have been … Continue reading

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Why are so many wood finishes bad for the environment?

  Upon moving into our new shop last winter, we pulled down two old open flame gas fired heaters that were hanging in the shop and gave them away through craigslist. These were a definite fire hazard in a wood … Continue reading

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Wood is our Buffalo

…or so many uses for wood… some are more obvious than others: furniture (not necessarily our favorite, but of course we put it first) shelter and structures orchards of food paper oxygen fuel and heat exercise and make-believe wood crafts … Continue reading

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2009 Otis Report on the Creative Economy of the Los Angeles Region | Arts for LA

  If you are in downtown Los Angeles and free for breakfast on Tuesday, this should be very interesting. The creative economy is crucial to our city’s future. We are pleased to be a part of the local resources.   … Continue reading

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Activity in the Woodshop

Taking a quick tour of the shop today. These are the projects we have going on. A traditional kitchen to be installed this week in Brentwood. One of a series of reclaimed wine oak doors headed for Glendale. A huge … Continue reading

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