Gleman & Sons Custom Woodworks"
Reclaimed, Antique, Character Grade Lumber. Pine, Chestnut, White Oak, Gray & Brown Barn Board, Mushroom Wood, Ambrosia Maple, plus much more!
We provide Custom Work, Metal Work, Milling, Flooring, Accent Walls, Installation, a public Lumber Yard stocking over 100,000+ Board feet, 300+ Slabs, assorted Beams, an indoor Workshop, plus a beautiful Showroom displaying past, and recent work! .
Stop on in, and find your perfect pieces, and take home same day, start a Custom Project, and even learn more about who we are, and what we do! .
Gleman & Sons Custom Woodworks
Address: 110 Tech Dr. Sanford FL, 32771// Hours: M-F: 8am-4pm/ Sat: 9am-3pm/ Sun: 10am-2pm// Office Number: # (407)497-7709/ Facebook: Glemanandsons// Website: www.glemanandsons.com
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I know, I know… You are wondering. Is this photo an arrangement of once fired clay pots awaiting their colors on the morning before glaze day? .
Is this a photograph documenting my cautious approach to a highly advanced and secretive extraterrestrial city of peace loving modernists on a beautiful and distant garden planet —taken from the window of a tiny flying craft that I have quietly invented and flown through Interstellar space? .
Il Calendario 2020 pensato per il tuo ufficio. Ogni mese è ripetuto due volte: in bianco, su cui poter annotare qualsiasi impegno; e in nero, per una lettura chiara e immediata che non sveli i tuoi appunti personali. A sorreggere il calendario una base in legno, che ti permette di tenere sempre a portata di mano la penna (o la matita!) di cui hai bisogno.
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Aurèlia Muñoz was a pioneer of new tapestry art, where tapestries were transformed into three dimensional spaces and spectators could participate in a sensory experience. Muñoz broke free from the traditional confines of tapestry making by experimenting and modifying techniques and materials. Through this experimentation, she created a style that was entirely her own. We were recently able to view her work up close at @themuseumofmodernart. We loved her point of view and visible strength in her work.
At SHIIR, we value the past, but also look at the past through a modern lens. As we design our products, we start with traditional techniques as Aurelia Muñoz did. From there, we begin our process of discovery. The result of this design journey is an heirloom rug reimagined and reinterpreted by our vision and the skilled hands of craftspeople that were taught the art of rug crafting from generations past.
Another part of this #renovation almost done.
Flooring to the new kitchen/diner and continuing into the entrance hallway.
We're completely transforming this Bungalow in #wells with loads still to do. More flooring to do and tiles around the new kitchen getting grouted tomorrow.
We love it when our customer's share their Ephraim tile installations with us. Doesn't our Central Coast Triptych look fabulous set into this stunning Craftsman fireplace? Thank you, Nelson and Maureen for sharing this with us!
Our Hal Table features dual levels to combine versatile use with classic styling. Available in a wide variety of sizes and material choices such as wood, stone, or glass, the Hal Table serves up both beauty and utility.
A stack of bowls followed by some inkwells, post firing, taken out from the kiln and set aside to cool down before each pots base is quickly sanded over. I use very fine sandpaper to remove any coarse grits of sand that might protrude through the clay and to just take the edge off from the rough clay.
The only parts of my pots that I polish to glassy finish is the join between lids and their jar sections below. Otherwise the contrast between clay and glaze is one I like, rough and smooth, light and dark, it’s for this reason I’ve always liked my darkest green glaze most, as it’s colder hues sit nicely alongside the toasted clay. Some pots require a little more cleaning up, such as removing batt wash that has stuck and filled a tiny void in the foot, or an iron speck has melted on the base of the pot, sticking it to the kiln shelf ever so slightly, but enough so that when you lift it up a tiny chunk is torn out. There’s always a few from each firing that are duds, seconds and thirds too occasionally that don’t see the light of day for long before being smashed to bits with a hammer. Seconds I do keep and perhaps in the future I’ll hold annual second sales from my studio in North London.
These pieces aren’t new sadly, and have since been flown out into the world. I’m hoping to finally recreate similar scenes in my studio soon, holding new work in my hands for the first time in more than a year.
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There's only 3 more days to enter our Domiplate giveaway! Go to the link in our bio to find out how to win! Good luck!
We had the privilege of making Brandon and Angielee’s family dining table and delivering it yesterday to their beautiful new home in Eagle. They found us just after moving to the area and we soon connected in the shop, talking about wood choices and styles. Angie initially wanted a live edge slab table, but as discussions continued and a couple of walnut slabs were encountered, the design selection evolved into a live edge river table. The next big decision was river color: they went from wanting a black resin river to a multi-hued “copper slate” design. The inspo came from another client’s wall art piece that we were finishing.
We had a lovely evening with them and their daughter in our shop pouring the table’s river and fills. It was a deliberate effort to create an abstract of what appears so splendidly in nature: the multiple colors and striations of natural slate stone. From the copper base color, we strategically added many pigments to create this multi-layered effect. We love the result.
I mean, look at that live edge! The grain! Those fills! Those gems! The resin swirls! 😍
It was a bold move to go from live edge slab to a very artistic multi-hued river table and we are thrilled that Brandon and Angielee took the leap. We think it is stunning in their windowed dining room overlooking a water feature. In daylight and under LEDs, the wood and resin are multi-dimensional and ever-changing, kind of like nature itself.
The multi-step finish is @osmo_usa in 1101 and 3043. It’s durable, has a slight sheen and nicely amplifies the walnut’s grain and the depth of resin figure in this table. The matte black steel legs were crafted by Middleton-based @forrestweldingllc and will match their soon-arriving leather black sling chairs from @westelm.
Welcome to the Treasure Valley, Brandon, Angielee and family! 🤗 We are so thankful that you chose us for your family heirloom and grateful to now know you. You’ve been a joy to work with. Thank you so much for supporting us local makers. 🙌
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Another mesmerising piece by the talented Akiko Hirai. Akiko has an incredible variety of forms, techniques, textures and glazes whilst allows managing to maintain her own strong aesthetic.
I collected pottery before I became a potter.
I never thought I’d actually enjoy the making. You see, and don’t tell anyone this because I think I’ve got away with it, I don’t like mess. Or, mud. Rain. Outdoors. Camping. Sand. Dirty shoes. Grubby hands. These are all things that are not for me.
And yet. Here I am, up to my elbows in reclaimed clay. Life huh?
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A few more for the SPRING DREAMS collection. An ocean Jasper drop cuff and triple gray moonstone cuff. The speckled pattern on that ocean Jasper looks like a rocky surface under melting snow! Most of you voted for a Sunday Collection Release so Sunday it is! I’ll announce the official time soon, but expect it to be in the evening. I’m off to finish up a few more power pieces (one more triple stone ring!). I know this update is going to be pretty ring heavy but I couldn’t resist throwing a few other pieces in. Would love to know what you all think and if there is anything else you’d like to see! Happy Wednesday, is it spring yet!?!