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Only the Echoes Remain

And then, it’s over.  The pieces are gathered up for photography, tools are packed, and workshops cleaned. All that remains is the auction…

Started by Ross Annels

0 Jul 1, 2012

The Pointy end of Echo Lake

There is a tipping point in every collaboration event - when the mood changes from the playful “maybe” and “how about” to the realisation t…

Started by Ross Annels

1 Jun 29, 2012
Reply by Brigitte Martin

Nakashima Studios

One of the great joys of attending a collaboration event is the generous, talented and creative people you meet. This post is a personal th…

Started by Ross Annels

0 Jun 24, 2012

Getting Earnest at Echo

Things have begun in earnest now - well at least as earnest as they get at a collaboration event. Harvey wore a carefully selected non-matc…

Started by Ross Annels

3 Jun 24, 2012
Reply by Ross Annels

The Group Project at Echo Lake

Group projects are a cornerstone of Collaboration events, serving to draw together makers from disparate disciplines and media. At Echo Lak…

Started by Ross Annels

1 Jun 23, 2012
Reply by Brigitte Martin

It Begins - the Echo Lake Collaboration

I meet my lift to Echo Lake on a street corner in Philadelphia, and after an hour or so of driving and talking with my new friend Kelly we…

Started by Ross Annels

2 Jun 22, 2012
Reply by Brigitte Martin

Leaving my Studio

I had planned to do a lovely post about the process of packing up my workshop, and choosing tools to travel with - complete with a carefull…

Started by Ross Annels

2 Jun 13, 2012

The collaborationists: Graeme Priddle

Meet Graeme Priddle - wood artist from New Zealand and uber-collaborationist. Graeme lives in Northland, New Zealand, but works around the…

Started by Ross Annels

0 Jun 4, 2012

Bunya: can’t see the trees for the wood

  The magnificent Bunya Pine grows as a rainforest emergent in my local area. As a furniture maker it is too easy to become excited about t…

Started by Ross Annels

1 Jun 4, 2012
Reply by Brigitte Martin

Always be careful how you begin ...

There is an old superstition that says something like ‘how you start the year is how you will end it”. I am wondering if the same sort of t…

Started by Ross Annels

0 May 22, 2012

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