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Another Foundling being born. I am always amazed how some Foundlings just jump off the workbench while others struggle for completeness. I don't have a name for this one nor am I completely sure that this is the final configuration. This piece has not been stained, or bolted and glued. The elements merely assembled to see how they "live" together. Pieces can be a little shocking to my eye until, with time, they take on a look of never having been apart.

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11 January 2021. It is difficult to see yourself accurately, to access your own work and by extension, to see how your skills have improved both aesthetically and technically. I am not handy by natur

As the pandemic drags on, many antique stores are closed, few garage sales have been found, and art shows canceled. Although I still have plenty of material to create with — without new “ingredients”