New magnetic knife racks. Tasmanian oak and ebonised poplar.
Visiting Noosa Heads last week we stopped at the the Visitor Information Centre to see how Kevin McMahon’s sculpture was looking after being installed for 11 years. The pods look even better than when they were made and are a delight. The last photo is of Kevin in my shed where we constructed the pods. The etched glass is by Wendy Brooks. A wonderful example of public art that I was happy to be a small part of.
A small side table in one of my favourite timbers, Tasmanian blackwood.
Key and letter racks, Tasmanian Oak and Flooded Gum, just had their first coat of Osmo oil and wax. Keys are held by magnets embedded in the wood.
This gallery contains 4 photos.
More information at wiserr.org/jim-mckee