I’ve signed up for a Steampunk event in Burlington VT in November. So I am currently working on inventory specific to the steampunk theme. While I do have a few items that feature gears, I’m trying to branch out of just sticking gears on it and calling it steampunk. (See Chap hop artist Sir Reginald Pikedevant, Esquire’s “Just Glue Some Gears On It” on YouTube )
Here is some of my works in progress and a few finished pieces.
I love getting the chance to work with other artists. As I have mentioned in earlier posts, I recently got the opportunity to work with a local woodturner. Ken Gadway, aka. The Adirondack Woodturner, was kind enough to give me two cherry bowls to burn on. He kept one and I have the other. Here are the final pictures.
“Odin’s Bowl” is inspired by the Norse god Odin and his two ravens.
“Winter” is a celebration of the beauty of trees in all seasons, even in their naked winter form.
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