Friday, September 22, 2006
House numbers. A proud man. This mullin is a weed that Steve loves and I water. We wanted to see how big we could make it grow this year. It's at least 10' tall and still growing. Our driveway gate at our property. We haven't finished it yet. It will have rock pedestals on either side. Haven't decided if we should do round river rock or some kind of square rock. We also will put a latch and lock on it.
Wednesday, September 13, 2006
I designed this piece for our first art festival, we used it as a trellis, and later in an arbor that we made for Steve's mom. It is about 7' tall and could be made smaller for a gate, although I would have to make a few adjustments. This birdbath has a home in the beautiful garden of Cathy Rutledge. She caught this little bird bathing and snapped his picture. The birds love this depth of water as it's not too deep. Bamboo brackets compliment an asian interior design.
Monday, September 11, 2006
The Wooden Boat Festival 2006 Port Townsend WA. I felt really fortunate that there wasn't much room left on the dock and I was stuck in a corner, scrunched down on my knees! I took this shot from between the bars of the railing, I thought it was quite the frame for a magnificent sailing ship, Lady Washington. Our Booth at Crafts by the Docks, Port Townsend WA . The booth was set out on it's own little corner, SWEEET. The weather started out rainy on Saturday Morning, but was sunny in the afternoon and continued through Sunday, what a pleasant show to be in. David Steven on his 1st Birthday! He was having fun with his very own cake, I think that is Mariner green on his face. His Mom, Mandy and his Dad, Dave threw him a party at Lake Washington, a fun time!
Tuesday, September 05, 2006
Jaun De Fuca Sunset Pergola-a permanent installation at Monarch Sculpture Park in Tenino. Sherry's Gate- a small garden gate. This was a walk on the cute side. A gate with a view. I will take a better picture of this when it's rust patina will show it up better. This gate has a view of Seattle, Bellevue and Lake Sammamish. The dragonfly latch on the gate above.