Nice! I used to date a blacksmith, still have a couple pieces of his handiwork and remember his calico cat that somehow stayed white in the middle of all that black!
Those leaves and flowers look amazing!
PRETTY! He's good.
It's funny that yesterday I was reading in the New York Times (we get a supplement with the Sunday newspaper here in the UK) how people are going back to real things. and this is a classic example. I'm sure that Mark feels prouder of the result of his hard work than of a product bought in a local shop. Beautiful. Many thanks.Greetings from London.
What beautiful work...Mark is a true artisan, xv.
Thanks for a look inside his workshop - would love to see how the lattice, leaves and flowers all come together!
Always fun to see the shop of an artist...you can feel their visions by the bits and pieces setting around.He looks very organized too...what a lucky girl you are!!!Hey Trux...
What a man, what a man, what a mighty fine man! Blows me away! Lovely photos, too!
I always loved the sound of the forge when the farrier..or blacksmith would come to do the horses shoes. What a creative guy your husband is...love those flowers and the wood stove is fabulous...decorative on top of being functional!
I love Mark's workshop--and his work is so beautiful! The stove detail makes something so functional so magical.
Wow, I love those leaves! Your husbands shop looks like it's full of inspiration and fine craftsmanship!:)
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