October 20, 2009

Gallery piece

Mark finished his piece for an upcoming  
group show featuring Northwest blacksmiths.


Nifty, eh?

4306 SW Alaska Street
Seattle, Washington
November 12th through December 4, 2009

17 comments:

littlebyrd said...

Quite nifty :) He makes really beautiful things!

Golden West said...

The wood grain look he achieved in the crosspieces is remarkable. Hats off to Mark!

Sweet Repose said...

WOWZA...though I knew it was going to be FAB!!! He certainly has the eye, you lucky girl!

Hey Trux!!!
love,
Scratchy

Helen said...

Very nice indeed!

Karine said...

A good friend of mine in Colorado was a goldsmith - world class - and he respected blacksmiths the most! Wonderful work, your husband does.

vicki archer said...

It is gorgeous....nifty indeed, xv.

Judi FitzPatrick said...

Beautiful, so beautiful!

32˙North said...

WOW! This piece is now in close competition with the grape branch in your kitchen for Most Awesome.

T.Allen-Mercado said...

I love it! I'm always in awe of how something so "tough" becomes so soft and fluid in his designs.

Debra said...

Beautiful~ You are one lucky Diva.
Got your sweet note-Thank-You.

Renegade Behavior said...

OMG.....I love the fluidity.... it's Beautiful!

Sherry said...

This is simply stunning. Hope the show is wonderful.

Karen from A`Musements said...

Wishing Mark great success with the upcoming show. His work is marvellous; you must be so proud of him, Charmaine! Just beautiful...
xoxo
Karen

M.Kate said...

Beautiful! His attention to details is amazing :P

A Cuban In London said...

Nifty and crafty. Absolutely wonderful. Many thanks.

Greetings from London.

Michelle | Cicada Studio said...

Lovely! Always impressed that he makes things out of metal. So fluid.

willow said...

Well done!! It's fabulous!!!