Category Archives: Reenactment

Firepit

For years we had a portable fire bowl. It traveled with us from events all over the southeast to weddings in new england, it warmed cool nights and solidified friendships. But after ten years of collecting rainfall, bouncing around on a trailer and burning a small forest worth of firewood, our little copper clad fire bowl simply wore out. We wanted something permanent here at the house, a fire pit we could host parties around or simply enjoy a cool evening for the two of us. .. mission accomplished.

A fire in a fire ring.

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Researching ways to improve scientist’s access to data. Programming software to solve humanity’s problems. Disseminating emergency preparedness knowledge. Sharing knowledge about science. Practicing amateur radio. Serving humanity through volunteer efforts. Drives a robot to work.
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Some sculptures from the Forge

A small forged wyvern with shiny wings made from wire.Listen for its cry as the Wyvern begs for your smile. These feisty little creatures are cousins to the mighty dragons but are much easier to care for. The finish is natural, I simply wire brushed the body and applied some oil. Stands 5 to 6 inches tall. The wings were made from silver and copper coloured floral wire. Continue reading Some sculptures from the Forge

Researching ways to improve scientist’s access to data. Programming software to solve humanity’s problems. Disseminating emergency preparedness knowledge. Sharing knowledge about science. Practicing amateur radio. Serving humanity through volunteer efforts. Drives a robot to work.
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Forging a few candlesticks.

A hanging candlestick. The square metal is twisted, had a undulating loop at the top to hang from and forms a swoop to hold the candle underneath.I wanted a small candlestick that hung, from an overhead hook and would support a simple tealight. Took a bit of fussy to get balance between the swoop and the weight of the tealight so everything stays upright. Continue reading Forging a few candlesticks.

Researching ways to improve scientist’s access to data. Programming software to solve humanity’s problems. Disseminating emergency preparedness knowledge. Sharing knowledge about science. Practicing amateur radio. Serving humanity through volunteer efforts. Drives a robot to work.
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