Craft In America / Nakashima, George and Mira George Nakashima George Nakashima (1905-1990) was a woodworker, born in Spokane, Washington. He attended the University of Washington and received his Masters in Architecture from M.I.T. During WWII, he was placed in an internment camp where he learned woodworking from a Japanese carpenter. Mira Nakashima-Yarnall Mira Nakashima-Yarnall (b. 1942, Seattle, WA) has followed her father’s path by becoming a woodworker. Mira Nakashima is featured in the Landscape episode of Craft in America. www.nakashimawoodworker.com George Nakashima, Conoid Bench with Back, Courtesy Mira Nakashima and Bob Hunsicker of Pharos Studios, George Erml photograph Mira Nakashima Yarnall, Concordia Chair, Courtesy of Mira Nakashima and Bob Hunsicker of Pharos Studios
Free Woodworking Plans, Furniture Plans - Over 200 Categories Yellowtrace Catalogue Nous vous proposons de télécharger directement à partir de ce site notre catalogue. Nous privilégions ce vecteur de communication, car il nous paraît plus simple, plus rapide mais surtout plus respectueux de l’environnement. Plaquette de présentation ChâtaignierPanneauxBois rondsSciages Pin autoclave Cl IVBois ronds Informations techniquesClasses de risques Philly Planes Spoon & Tamago How to Build a Garden Arbor: Simple DIY Woodworking Project The obvious way to define your yard is to put up a fence. The cool way is to forget the fence and just build a gateway -- a portal from here to there that implies a change of space without presenting a physical barrier. Materials are readily available -- 4 x 4s for the posts, 2 x 6s for the arches and braces, and 1 x 6 stock ripped to width for the remaining pieces. While you're in the planning stage, decide whether you'll plant the posts in the ground, or use post brackets to secure them on concrete blocks, as we did. Model designed in Alibre Design Xpress. Download the full printable plans and a larger version of this animation. Making the Arches The curved top pieces are made of two layers of 2 x 6 segments fastened together with screws and exterior glue. Assembling the Top This part is tricky because the arches must be upside down to attach the arch crossties. Side Panel Construction To build perfectly square side panels, we drew the post positions directly on the garage floor .
Miss Moss Les Passionnés du Bois d'Ile-de-France The Unplugged Woodshop Capers With Carroll: Japanese Landscapes @ the Clark On Saturday, I celebrated my birthday with a visit to the Clark Center for Japanese Art and Culture, and took along my wife and my father. I try to get this museum as often as their exhibitions change, and Near and Far: Landscapes by Japanese Artists. Rotation 1: Imagination of Nature closes December 22. Its companion, Near and Far: Landscapes by Japanese Artists. Rotation 2: Idealization of Reality, opens January 6. We arrived just a few minutes past 1:00 pm on Saturday, just a little late to catch the beginning of the weekly docent tour. One of the oldest pieces, Mountains by a River, is attributed to Kenkō Shōkei (active about 1478-1506), a Zen priest who studied paintings from Song and Yuan China. As an example of the professional artists, the Kanō family ran an art school and served wealthy patrons, from the late 15th Century, until near the end of the 19th. Color and detail also attracted me to Komuro Suiun’s Mount Hōrai. The most dramatic piece is also the most recent (1984).
Homemade Vegetable Oil Lamp Page created: 26 January 2008, updated: 20 February 2009 If you like candles, live without electricity, or like to have some lighting back-up, you might like this simple little DIY project. An oil lamp can have a number of advantages over candles and mineral oil lamps: very cheap to run - can even burn used cooking oilthe fumes are less toxic than those of paraffin candles or mineral oil lampsthe production of renewable vegetable oil is less harmful to the environment than petroleum based products (including paraffin candles)for the extreme survivalist, vegetable oil is easier to store in bulk, or can even be produced on the home farm due to the wider base, more stable than candles, and the flame of any burning wick falling into the oil will be extinguishedodour free when using olive oil Making an oil lamp is very easy, quick and cheap, and gives plenty of opportunity for a creative outlet. You Will Need: Making the Wick Holder The Wick Most plant fibre twine should work. Container Oil Update
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