The Tucson Museum of Art is holding its Spring Artisans’ Market this weekend, March 17–19, featuring more than 100 of the Southwest’s best artists and artisans. Come find that something special while you and your family enjoy great food, craft brews, blacksmithing demonstrations, free admission to the museum, and more! I will be in Booth 16 (the booths have been renumbered), which is right next to my usual spot, in front of the blue wall on the east side of the museum, catercorner from Old Town Artisans. The show runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. The museum is in downtown Tucson at 140 N. Main Ave.
The lathe accident I had in September 2012 left me with little vision in my left eye and some lingering cognitive challenges, but I am finally back to work full steam again. For details about the accident and my recovery, please click on the “Accident & recovery” link above; the saga begins with the post dated September 28, 2012). You can also read about it in an article I wrote for American Woodturner, called “Safety Matters: From the Eye of a Survivor” (published in June 2014; supplement available here).
To see and buy my work
Click here to see a slide show of selected work.
Feel free to contact me at any time to arrange for a private showing of work, at my studio or in your home.
I can also share my work long-distance, via webcam. All you need is a relatively fast Internet connection and an instant messaging service such as Skype or Windows Live Messenger. You do not need a webcam yourself. Email me and we’ll set up a session!
If you belong to a group that would enjoy a visit to my studio for a deeper understanding of my work, please contact me to set up a date.