Archive for May, 2016

Change is in the Air (and on the ground)

Wednesday, May 4th, 2016

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This notice was posted last weekend in Nashua (NH) at the Celebration of Needlework show, where I introduced the beginnings of my old line with its new look. By all accounts, people were sympathetic to the plight of those still suffering from this major loss in Rutland, VT (the workers of Rutland Plywood and the town that supported them), as well as of me (and presumably the many other woodworkers the world over who enjoyed the fruits of their labor).

I was gratified also, to realize that my creative life will indeed go on and artistic endeavors can still be valid and appreciated, even when change is prompted by forces beyond my control.

I’ll be representing these changes in my wood tool offerings soon, on my website (www.WOODbyC.com) as well as in my (sadly neglected) Etsy store, and also (hopefully soon) in the several League of NH Craftsmen galleries who carry my work.

Stay tuned.

May the 4th be with us all…