I was going to take a hiatus from Lumber Jocks until after Italy, but last week I got the bug to clean my studio from top to bottom. My new Assistant is bringing some great energy into the shop, and there are new tools to make room for, so no better time than during a heat wave. I am so happy with the studio I wanted to share it, but there are a lot of photos, my studio is quite large … enjoy and I just found out there is no dependable internet in the Italian Mountains, see ya’ll in 11 days.
My wood collection: wood things I made, wood things I found, wood things I discovered, wood things other people made for me or left here, Projects to finish and a place to sit and be inspired … and my library.
Yes, even the ceiling
Gotta eat and drink
“Big Boy” Bandsaw
John using the bandsaw ~ I love his tats.
My Horned Muse Garden..
My lofted Office..
View from above
The nap area and zen garden
My magic books and herbs
Wood processing area..
My Art room : for finishing, painting, and sculpting.
Dry sink ~ always a mess
Joiner and giant drawing board, and mirror for Feng Shui across from the door (I keep it balanced for creative energy)
Table saw… needs to be redesigned again.
Table saw sled rack
The South end of the studio, and John, my lease mate (he renst the other 1,250sq ft of the third floor)
the walls of my studio
More wood and one of my wood spirits (“Lost Friendships” ~ cast aluminum)
My craft room ~ enter at own risk ~ I am not a hoarder.. okay maybe a little.. lol.
Large item storage
Small item storage
Glass work storage
My Wheeled benches ~ all sturdy enough to stand on, short enough to roll out the door
The “Fastener” bench
The “Power tool” bench
The clamp rack
My Bench Dog table router
The “Woodworking” bench
The “Carving” bench
The “Turning” bench
The “Assembly” bench ~ with a few of wands ready for boxes, tags, and homes.
w/ clean up cart ~ vacuum inside.
the planer cart
Thanks for taking the time to look at my fantasy-land woodworking and art studio.
I can’t wait to get home all inspired from Italy and make more stuff!!
-- ~ Eric P Jorgenson: Jorgenson Design