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He painted the world

Brockville, Ontario, CanadaPosted by Eduard 27 Oct, 2013 02:10

And than it's fall and he started painting the world.
These pictures were taken by Lis, my beautiful wife, in fall 2009 in Main-street, Brockville, Ontario in front of a house with old murals behind the purple red leaves.
Later she framed these pictures in poster format.

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Simple light

Brockville, Ontario, CanadaPosted by Eduard 27 Oct, 2013 01:54
A simple light bulb wrapped with metal leaves.
Brockville 2008

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A plate named Menna

Brockville, Ontario, CanadaPosted by Eduard 15 Jul, 2011 17:51

Black Walnut wood is one of the nicest wood in North America. This piece of wood was found in between firewood. It has been drying for two years and last weekend it founds his new life as a nice plate named Menna.

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Stapled Light

Brockville, Ontario, CanadaPosted by Eduard 27 Feb, 2011 08:58

We hope your life is like stapled light, ....

Stapled light

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Night Stand (Cardboard Drum)

Brockville, Ontario, CanadaPosted by Eduard 27 Feb, 2011 08:53

From a (waste) Cardboard Drum to a night stand is a very small step.

Cut the Drum in two, insert plywood circels at each level, mount three spacer bars ad glue-up with wall paper, .... job done.

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El Banquito

Brockville, Ontario, CanadaPosted by Eduard 27 Feb, 2011 08:36
like to share my latest creation of a Two Seat. It is made from Ash Wood, a strong and high grained wood. The curved seat feels very comfortable for our butt's. The 4 legs are curved in 3 direction. His name is "El Banquito".

I found the wood on a kind of yard sale, an old woodworker was cleaning out his barn. The wood was 13mm to 20mm thick, about 250mm in width and 2,5 m long. After I dried the wood for a month I started to sort out by grain and thickness and cut them roughly to the lengths for the seat part and legs. To get my thickness for the project I glued-up 3 layers of the Ash wood, later on I experienced I could have done a better job because of the wood grain direction.

On an old band saw I have in the factory I shaped the heavy slats of wood. Also on this part I learned quite a few things. The left overs from the hollow side are used to create the bottom belly side. (yep, no waste)

The toughest part yet to come, fine shaping with plane, chisel and sander, ... was for sure good for my belly.

The finish is done with Tung Oil, no paint, just pure Tung Oil, a finish used on all my woodwork projects.

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PERSONAL

Brockville, Ontario, CanadaPosted by Eduard 15 Feb, 2010 07:38
Lis Maria, the one I like to share my feelings with

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Adirondack Chair

Brockville, Ontario, CanadaPosted by Eduard 09 Oct, 2009 17:04
Sitting down and reading a book in this wooden Adirondack chair is a real plessure

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