thank you for adding me. I don't have any old lumber like that around at the moment, but i will keep my eyes out for you. King, queen, twin? That way I have some idea of how much I am looking for. Several years ago I helped another local artist by buildng several cases out of old lumber for her that I had out in my yard. Some of it was pretty gnarly and most of it was wet as it was a good rain year. My wife actually let me bring it into the living room to let it dry out to a workable level. Do you have a way to pick up the lumber if I find it? Sometimes I can find good stuff just out and about. Sometimes Craig's list has people just trying to get rid of old lumber stack (free) As a last resort, (not free) is the ReStore - when I'm lookig for sometning in particular and can't find it otherwise. Anyway, we'll keep in touch. Have a great day,
Enjoyed the work showing here so much that I checked out your website. You've got some really lively work going. So enjoyable. I can relate to your life journey. It has only been recently that I have really begun to pursue the woodworking that I so enjoy. Have a great day!
The Kingsburg Art Center Gallery is now taking applications for the 2011 year. The Gallery is located in Downtown Kingsburg in the Village Center Mall (1332 Draper St, Kingsburg, CA 93631). It is open for business Tuesday -- Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Members are required to sit the Gallery one day each month and the fee is only $20.00/year. If you would like to see photos, I have them. For more information, contact Merle Kleinhammer at 896-3544 or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I joined last year and have been pleased with the results. Gail\uap style="text-align: left;">