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  1. Limbert Style Frame

    This is a frame I made for a Julie Leidel painting that my wife and I bought on our trip to the Craftsman Weekend in Pasadena this Fall. Julie is a kindhearted woman with an amazing artistic talent. The painting features an inspirational quote by Frank Lloyd Wright, and I think Julie did a...
  2. Simple Craftsman Frame

    This is a panel of stained glass that has been in our family for at least 100 years. All I know about it is that someone in the family made it, and it was in the shack my dad was born in South Dakota and his family brought it out to Oregon with them in the 30's. I decided, since I hadn't...
  3. Walnut Inlay PAL Frames

    Here are two frames made for Paul A. Lanquist prints. My wife designed and built the first one for the Portland Woodworking show, and took third place. I copied the design and built a second frame so we could have a matching pair for the bedroom. The frames are made from quartersawn white...
  4. Calvos Passage Arts and Crafts Frame

    Here is my frame for a "Calvos Passage" block print by Yoshiko Yamamoto. The frame is quartersawn white oak with walnut pegs. Yoshiko's block printing process is fascinating, as she carves cherry wood to make the block. She then hand paints the block to achieve the distinct look. Find out...
  5. Mission Frame

    My wife and I found this great nouveau print while on vacation last year. We are both big fans of nouveau art and advertising and the colors in this print are perfect for our living room. I could've gone with a very simple mitered frame but I love the Arts & Crafts style. Plus, I wanted to...
  6. Finishing
    I am looking to buy any Earlex Spray station. Wonder what everyone is thinking of them? I will have some oil based paints and a lot of stains. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Right now I am leaning toward the HV5500.
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