Wow, that laurel is something else! Your husband's talent continues to amaze me.
Can you show a work in progress sometime?
Oh they are wonderful, truly great.
Beautiful, that is all I can say..Bet your happy, since I can get long winded..
Oh my god! Wow! .. they look so perfect. Must be interesting to watch him making them.
Stunning- for metal, it's so lush.
What amazing work! I love copper and that birdhouse is gorgeous!
What a talented guy your husband it. I just stumbled upon his shop last night.
Love that bird house! I have to check out his shop!
Oh wow - that birdhouse is just fabulous!
Absolutely beautiful, the detailing, have never seen such details before. We've had flower motifs in metal for gates or walls, but never this beautiful. Perhaps one day he may want to make a lotus flower?
Holy CRAP! There's a serious future in your man's...uh...future. A future involving mad success with his art form. Mama had no mojitos last night, but did down a half a bottle of cheap wine. Feels like crap today. Must go get bottle of Havana Club. Oi.
Those are beautiful! Is Mark going to do any of the Saturday Markets in Bend this summer? If he had a portfolio of past work to show, I would think he would get all of the commission work he could handle! I know the furniture makers all seem busy taking orders during the shows we've done.
That laurel handle is fabulous!! Love your new blog colors! I got bored with mine and changed, too. It's quicker and easier than painting walls, right? :)
Wow - those handles are absolutely beautiful. Incredible workmanship.
He is one talented guy!The attention to detail is exquisite!
Mark is truly amazing! I love what he does. That birdhouse is soooo cute!
WOW!!! The detailing is amazing. How does he do that? I'm with fog and thistle... i'd love to see some work in progress.
Progress shots here:http://etsyhighdesertdiva.blogspot.com/2008/05/ginkgo.htmlhttp://etsyhighdesertdiva.blogspot.com/2008/05/forging.html
Oh, my...such a talent that boy has. I have always been partial to ginko leaves. There was a ginko tree in the playground of our gradeschool and I used to collect the leaves back in the day...who would've known.
Wow! Ilove them. Mark you are very talented!
oh, my, what wonderful work!! i'm off to check out his etsy shop!!!
such incredible work! i love gingko leaves! what a talented pair you make!
How beautiful. I would love to see it in person.
Love, love, love them all! He is so very talented!
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