If you're local to Columbus and plan to visit the Columbus Arts Festival this weekend, look for me tomorrow at 3p.m. in the Big Local Art Tent where I'll be doing a foldforming demo. The tent is located near the corner of 2nd and Main and I'll be there for just under an hour. (When you click the Big Local Art Tent link, the demo will be called "form folding." Just saw that. Common mistake...)
These are my demo samples:
This week I have something different to show you.
I used to play guitar a little bit. In fact, I was pretty into it in high school. After that I'd dust off the guitar every five years or so and re-learn how to play. Don't do too much math there; the statement alone makes me sound old enough. Anyway, maybe it's time again.
These copper guitar picks were just plain fun. They are corrugated with a bit of foldforming thrown in. I made a few that are hand-stamped, too, and they're cool -- but if you know me at all, you know these are the ones that make me happy :-)
Very early Monday morning, I'll be on a plane to Denver. I will try to post from there next week. I've been looking forward to this trip for months, and I'll tell you why next time.
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This began as a hobbyist's blog.
Over time it became a quest to support & connect metalsmiths around the globe who use foldforming techniques in their work.
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