A little carving can be a good thing for a boat.
The Maine Boatbuilders Show was an unusual event. They held the show on the first full weekend of spring in the old Portland Company complex on Fore St. in Portland, Maine. The show was funky. The overhead cranes in the big bays still loomed over your head. The cranes were reminders that this space had …
We all want to be instant experts. One of my sensei describes this in terms of the training montages that are standard fare in martial arts movies; the neophyte progresses from clumsy beginner to skilled pro in thirty seconds of cinematic snapshots. The rest of us suffer from dissatisfaction and disappointment from being less than optimal for much longer.
The stem boards of the Cora F Cressy raised questions about a company I had once been familiar with.
Market research needs to be more than the Brain Trust sitting around proclaiming that this is a great idea.
Literacy is critical to our advancement as artists
There are many ways to hunt for the family Christmas Tree.
Simple goodwill and love are what is needed this season. Happy Feast of Saint Nicholas....patron saint of carvers!
The Sunk Cost Fallacy seems to be everywhere; even in carving.