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United States
Living my dream of developing an artisan center…

Wood and Clay studio, 6800 West 26th Street, Berwyn.
Eric P. Jorgenson, artisan

~ Sculpture Studio
~ Art Supplies
~ MicroGallery

I took my wood knowledge, my clay knowledge, and rented a store front on a busy street.
I retail and resale artisan materials, clay bodies, and unusual wood pieces for carvers, turners, and intarsia.
750 sq ft upstairs of workspace and store front sales area, 750 sq ft of wood and craft storage in the basement.
Classes in sculpting and carving coming soon (possibly on the second floor I am considering renting as well.)

Stop in, say Hi. not much wood tools for sale yet, but lots of fun stuff…
and if anyone wants to send me something to sell in the MicroGallery send me a PM.

Shop open hours
M/W/F 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Sat 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Monthly Art Nights ~ second thursdays

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Looks like a great space to work in.
 

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A great shop well organised and roomy. It looks like a true art studio
 

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Nice shop and some nice wood to work with, thanks for posting.
 

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great work space ,

a good place to get away to !
 

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This is an absolutely gorgeous shop in which to work. I love the ceiling height that you have in there. My shop has 92" to the ceiling joists and it can be a challenge to swing sheet goods and long boards in there without hitting the joists or lights. And you wood storage is interesting to say the least. It is out of the way and certainly does not take up any floor space in your shop. :) Having an abundance of natural light in there as you do is wonderful. I have found that working under natural light to be preferable to fluorescent lighting.

You shop appears to be well organized and has plenty of room and storage. And you have a nice set of tools to work with in there.

Thanks for the pictures. I enjoyed touring your shop.
 

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nice shop! Could you post a few more photos of it? Welcome to Lumberjocks. I can't wait to see what comes out of that shop.
 

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What a wonderful place you have there.
This is really a place where there are room for imagination.
Best thoughts,
MaFe
 
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