MWCG is undergoing some big changes, with more opportunities arising we want to spread the word about what we are doing in hopes to bring more people in to support our cause. If you like what you see, or don’t, tell us about it! We want your feedback and we want to see what your doing around where you live to “give value to that which has been abandoned.”
The past few weeks we have been working on numerous project in the MWCG workshop. We are developing techniques to frame art using reclaimed molding and lumber.
Commissioned tables continue to be a customer favorite. Here is our latest made for Marlon Seymors downtown gallery/ studio. It is made from an 150 yr old 5×8’ barn door and salvaged legs donated by Marlon himself. A custom built oak mortise and tenon frame was constructed to attach the door and legs together. In all the piece weighs about 400lbs, weight was not considered when designing piece for a fouth floor gallery with no elevator!
Our Metal Worker Nick has been cutting, grinding, shootin sparks, and welding away adding a whole new medium to the MWCG product line. Here he is pictured welding up the support frame for a new customers dining room table.
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