Monthly Archives: January 2012

Miniature Box-Style Tape Loom | Bonni Backe

When I’m thinking about taking a class, I look for a class where I will learn multiple skills, and the sort of skills that will be of use in the work I ┬ádo. This little tape loom would be just … Continue reading

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The Mini-Time Machine Museum of Miniatures

I can think of many reasons to visit Tucson, Arizona, warmer weather would be a good reason, but also because they have a fine museum of miniatures, The Mini-Time Machine, and I am always happy to look at miniatures wherever … Continue reading

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Painting with Wood | Ursula Dyrbye-Skovsted

I first met Ursula Dyrbye-Skovsted at one of Tom Bishop’s Chicago International Shows-maybe as many as 1o years ago. She was sharing a table with Barry Hipwell-a phenomenal British craftsman in wood, with whom she had collaborated on several projects. … Continue reading

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