The photo-journalistic domumenta and drawings of a mouldmaker and artist captured through architectural restorations and art-related industry.

Saturday, May 06, 2006

Remaining Panel Moulding

After having set the margin pattern earlier with the first wall it was onto the rest of the room with the three wall sections opposite the window and the four pilasters.





3 comments:

  1. Good Gracious! That is gorgeous! What tremendous work!

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  2. Thank you! And if you know anyone that might desire my services in New Orleans please steer them my way to visit my blog. If it generates work for me I would be more than happy to help you with something on your carpentry needs as a sort of "commision", or finder's fee in trade. I have never been to New Orleans, but I have been smitten these past ten years or so by Tab Benoit's Cajun flavored "rockin' blues". He hails from Houma, LA, and recently was featured in "Hurricane On the Bayou", which is an IMAX film, and has also founded "Voice of the Wetlands" well before Katrina and Rita hit...and supposedly owns a restaurant called "Tab Benoit's Lagnaippe" in Houma. I don't know how he finds the time to do all this and is starting a family too.

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  3. Todd Pasquin10:12 PM

    Andy,
    2 big thank yous: 1 Thank you for your amazing work in the Historic Federal Building and 2 Thank you for documenting your amazing work in your blog. You are an exceptional craftsman, artist, engineer and scholar. People drop their jaws when they walk into The Federal Room and see your work!
    Respectfully, Todd Pasquin

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Budding Sculptor at 56, chiefly interested in mold-making and casting, with particular interest in geometric abstraction, industrial technology, vis a vis solar power and re-chargable batteries that could power kinetic sculpture and illuminate LCD screens.

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