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Norway's Medieval Timber Framers

Today, I am re-issuing my tribute video on the culture, vision, and construction that went into the Urnes Stave Church in Norway. I am coming up a revised version based on comments I received from the Lumberjock community. Thank you for your ideas. Hope this version is an improvement

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Norway's Medieval Timber Framers

Today, I am re-issuing my tribute video on the culture, vision, and construction that went into the Urnes Stave Church in Norway. I am coming up a revised version based on comments I received from the Lumberjock community. Thank you for your ideas. Hope this version is an improvement

THe video can be found at
That was a really cool video. I bet it took a lot of work to edit. Thanks for sharing.
 

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Norway's Medieval Timber Framers

Today, I am re-issuing my tribute video on the culture, vision, and construction that went into the Urnes Stave Church in Norway. I am coming up a revised version based on comments I received from the Lumberjock community. Thank you for your ideas. Hope this version is an improvement

THe video can be found at
That was a really cool video. I bet it took a lot of work to edit. Thanks for sharing.
 

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Gillow & Co: 100 Years of Furniture Production

Today, I have posted a historic woodworking tribute to Gillow and Company, a British Furniture Company run by three generations of the Gillow Family from 1730 to 1840. The family successfully imported mahogany from the West Indies ad created a productive furniture workshop in Lancaster, England. They successfully competed against the leading cabinet makers of the 18th century and established their own store in downtown London.

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Elizabeth de Lanux Art Deco Furniture

This is the life story of Elizabeth Eyre de Lanux, an artist in Paris in the 1920s who created unique painting, rugs, and designs for Art Deco furniture as an interior designer. Elizabeth developed a series of Art Deco furniture pieces that still serve as a prototype for the Art Deco Style..

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Elizabeth de Lanux Art Deco Furniture

This is the life story of Elizabeth Eyre de Lanux, an artist in Paris in the 1920s who created unique painting, rugs, and designs for Art Deco furniture as an interior designer. Elizabeth developed a series of Art Deco furniture pieces that still serve as a prototype for the Art Deco Style..

Can see my YouTube Tribute video to this artist at
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Adventures of Bud McIntosh, the builder of Wooden Cruising Boats

I would like to introduce this video as a tribute to the wooden boatbuilder, David "Bud" McIntosh, of Dover, New Hampshire. He built over 70 schooners between 1950s and 1980s, and offered assistance to countless boatbuilders in the Northeastern United States.

The video reviews the construction of a new gundalow using 18th Century techniques and the design and build of the schooner, Merry Wing in 1987. The video also includes memories of this boat builder by his friends, clients, and apprentices. It is hoped that you can gain some appreciation of his skills, and appreciate his excellent wooden boat designs and construction techniques.

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Adventures of Bud McIntosh, the builder of Wooden Cruising Boats

I would like to introduce this video as a tribute to the wooden boatbuilder, David "Bud" McIntosh, of Dover, New Hampshire. He built over 70 schooners between 1950s and 1980s, and offered assistance to countless boatbuilders in the Northeastern United States.

The video reviews the construction of a new gundalow using 18th Century techniques and the design and build of the schooner, Merry Wing in 1987. The video also includes memories of this boat builder by his friends, clients, and apprentices. It is hoped that you can gain some appreciation of his skills, and appreciate his excellent wooden boat designs and construction techniques.

The video can be found at
What a lovely story and a beautiful tribute. More and more people are appreciating these craftsmen.

Thank you.
 
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