Train Trip

View from window of Train 110 Coast Starlight on Amtrak

I’m currently in Eugene, OR helping my sister and BIL setup for another gallery show for this Saturday at Bring Gallery

Knock on Wood
January 29 to March 31, 2010
Wood takes center stage in our gallery this season, with an exhibit of fine, handcrafted furniture and art made from salvaged and discarded wood. See examples of flooring, beams and other items milled from the urban forest. Learn where to recycle wood and how trees contribute to a healthy ecosystem. Experience a portable sawmill in action. Enjoy weekend specials on select wood items
at BRING.
Collaborating on the exhibit is Urban Lumber, a company that salvages urban trees for lumber, and the Splinters woodworking group. Exhibiting artists include Tim Boyden, Deb Bulcao, Seth San Filippo, Rick Hinton, Heather Robbins-Hinton, Jeremiah Polynone, Dave Schultz, Jocelyne Shiner,
Mike Shiner, Tony Walters, and Craig Windom.
~ Opening reception ~
Saturday, January 30, 6 to 8 p.m.
Please join us for music, food and fun at this after-hours celebration!
~ Portable sawmill demonstration and talk ~
Saturday, February 20, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Afterwards, join us for a tour of Urban Lumber.
The BRING Gallery is located inside the entrance to our used building materials store.
BRING is open seven days a week. Please call (541) 746-3023 for more information
or visit www.bringrecycling.org.
Exhibit sponsored in part by Brenner’s Green Gallery.

BRING Gallery
Planet Improvement Center
4446 Franklin Boulevard
Eugene, Oregon 97403

I took Amtrak’s Coast Starlight down from Seattle, after crossing over on the ferry, so it was an end to end trip on mass transportation.  I’m going to write a very long essay on the experience when I get back to Bainbridge.

Featured Comment:

Elmer from woodworkingpatternsblog.com asks

Hey, can anybody know what best scrollswa blades to use are when cutting intarsia woodworking patterns?”

Sorry Elmer, but no.  That body of knowledge passed into history with the demise of thinking at the turn of the century.

P.S. Elmer, this is a PHOTOGRAPHY blog.


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