Tag Archives: carving

Tuesday, July 17

Today was a fairly quiet, intensive work day. Lesya came in not to dance but to carve waves for Siegfried’s collaborative wave piece. Sadly, there were misunderstandings early on in the communication process for this collaboration, and Sean and Jean-François … Continue reading

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Monday, July 16

Here I am blogging about our day on the same day. Except for filling in some text, that means I’m caught up. Hallelujah! We rearranged the shop today. Or, rather, mostly Jean-François and Sean rearranged the shop, changing spots so … Continue reading

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Another day

Jean-François made an attachment for the hollowing tool to resist the torque from the curved tip, making the tool easier to control. Jean-François says he learned this trick from Alain Mailland. He later painted the handle black. We took a … Continue reading

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