P.P. Caproni and Brother

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“The quality of a plaster cast reproduction is of the greatest importance.  In an original art work of merit there is a subtleness of treatment, a certain feeling, which if lost in reproducing,… Continue reading

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this project will be the death of me…

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no, literally, it will.  Just spent the past six days straight in bed from god knows what I caught.  These ten to twelve hour work days six or seven days a week are… Continue reading

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texture & color…paper of the 1920s

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a treasure of a discovery

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So most of my rummaging around out at the warehouse pertains to the moulds and the plethora of tools that I have no idea how they work or any clue how to operate.… Continue reading

the seven lamps

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Currently reading a book by Ruskin titled “The Seven Lamps of Architecture” wherein he breaks down his principles of architecture into seven lamps which symbolize the demands that he feels good architecture must… Continue reading

churches of charleston

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Steven Hyatt is a photographer out of Charleston, SC and he has been working on this project titled “Churches of Charleston”.  Starting strictly with the Holy City, he has now been expanding his… Continue reading

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I just wanted to share two little websites I’m currently in love with… StudioE StudioE is an offshoot of Evergreene Architectural Arts…another company worth looking into.  They won this year’s Arthur Ross Award… Continue reading

fragment mirror

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  Here is one of the latest mirrors Jean and I created together.  Adorned with 18th century Italian wooden gold-leaf fragments and fossil shell, the base design of this frame stems from the… Continue reading