Sunday was spent chopping wood. There's a big pile that's been seasoning for over 5 years. The wood from the organic yard is imperfect and asymmetrical. Richard does a great job with the log splitter. Still, the logs end up being differing widths and lengths. Most importantly, the wood is cut to the right length for our wood burning stove. Our wood stack would not be featured in Architectural Digest. Our wood stack is eccentric in the way it fits together. Of course, none of this matters in the end when one picks up a log to throw into the stove from the Wabi Sabi decaying wood stack.
Honored to be a participating artist in Stratford, CT's inaugural outdoor sculpture exhibition 2015!
Aubrey and Michelle, two dedicated art teachers who are amazing artists in their own right. They are also featured artists in "Dinosaurs Rule!" Aubrey and Michelle are co-chairing Straford, CT's inaugural outdoor sculpture show, "Share a Chair!" 2015. I am honored to be a featured artist. These lovely ladies were kind enough to bring my chair to the dinosaur pick-up in Stamford! Their energy is infectious, looking forward to working with them.