Friday, October 27, 2006

"The Reigner" Maple Burl Clock (click here to bid)

Right now, I'm a few days between posts (alright, this time it was a week!), but I'm still on the learning curve, and trying to co-ordinate my other storefronts at eBay and CafePress. The resolution here doesn't do the piece justice, as I guess I'm finding with most of these photos. "The Reigner" clock is appr. 6 1/2" x 7", as are all of the clocks. I've also posted "Golden Eagle" for auction at eBay, so scroll down a couple of posts, since I'll be editing that post to include the link.

Friday, October 20, 2006

Second verse, same as the first

Well, it's been a few days since the first blog, so I wanted to get another one up. I'm still sort of lost in the ozone, and trying to figure out how this works. Today I will be playing with adding more links, and maybe another image. Haven't got the buy/bid stuff worked out yet, so for now, I hope I can pique some interest in the product line. Today's image is one of the boxes in the product line. It's a Single-Deck Playing Card box, made of Cherry wood. The engraving is from my rendering of the Yaquina Head Lighthouse, located in Newport, Oregon. Also available in Black Walnut. I'm sure I'll be editing today's blog down the line, so check back for more info later.

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

"Golden Eagle" Maple Burl Clock (click here to bid)

The Gallery is Open! (again)
Greetings to all, and welcome to my first endeavor into the blogosphere. This will definitely be a work in progress as I try to wend my way through vagaries of posting and updating and blogging in general. Basically, my intent is to use this forum as a means of expanding my network of contacts (and hopefully business) throughout the WorldWideWeb. During my research over the past few weeks and thanks to a few timely articles in USA Today, I've noticed some interesting blogs by artists who have greatly broadened their marketplace through this venue, so I will be stealing and incorportating as many of these ideas as possible. Hopefully, it will work for me as well. Once I figure this out, I'll be posting images of my artwork and product line, if not daily, then at least a few times a week. I will try to tie this all in to my website at as well as my storefronts at eBay and CafePress. As I said, this will definitely be a work in progress, and may be somewhat slow-going at first. To all those more experienced in this universe than I, let me just say that I welcome any and all feedback that may help expedite my learning curve and facilitate the posting of coherent blogs.