Here are some new paintings, with their titles.
The Development of a Society Can Never Be Subject to Rational Human Control
Memories of the Future
This is a bookshelf made of red oak. It is a modification of a Shaker style design I found How to Build Bookcases & Bookshelves. I doubled the length since we had so many extra books, and the pattern at the top on the sides I kind of made up on the fly before taking it to the bandsaw. Sanded to 220 and finished with 2 coats of wipe-on polyurethane. The amber hue of the polyurethane kind of subdues the original red undertones of the oak, but it balances out to a nice, understated iridescent amber finish that feels nice to the touch.
Here it is in its final setup in our living room.
Let me know if you want me to make anything for you.
Also, a jazz composition I finished a while back but forgot to post, called Ten Out of Twenty – sheet music here – and some new tracks on Soundcloud. Acoustic rock.
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So cool David!! Thanks for sharing!!
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