Sunday, May 31, 2015

MWA 5 Questions - Brian McCauley



After our wonderful interview with Brian McCauley, we stayed around the mics and went through our 5 questions.

One of Brian's beautiful tables.

Brian's answers prompted a fun discussion ranging from tools to styles to the work of Art Carpenter.

Unfortunately, Art's book, Education of a Woodsmith, appears to be out of print. I highly recommend you pick up a copy at Lee Valley while you can, as I can't quite endorse the $299.00 price tag on Amazon.

Monday, May 25, 2015

MWA Podcast Episode #74 - Brian McCauley




What’s in the shop?
Dyami
  • Sander Cart
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Tom
  • Camera is back
  • Hope chest is just about done
  • Built a small wooden cross for my nephew’s first communion
  • Saw a toy box my dad built back in the mid 60’s for my other brother


Brian McCauley
  • It’s not a table. It’s a charging dock for Brianh
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Goings on in the MWA

Main topic

Community Conversation





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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

MWA Afternoon Special Edition 2 - Jeremy Morgan

This passed weekend +Jeremy Morgan was kind enough to stop by my shop. We sat down and I grilled him on the 5 questions.

You can here Jeremy's answers on the MWA Podcast Feed here:

Or you can try it our on Sound Cloud Here:


Or you can listen to the Audio on YouTube here, if that's easier for you:

Learn more about Jeremy and his work by following his blog at
http://lifeonwallst.blogspot.com/

his Google+ Feed at
https://plus.google.com/109122868933396002011/posts

and his twitter stream at
https://twitter.com/j_dollar_sign

He's well worth following wherever you can.