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The Art Day: Half-assed Holiday at Wheaton Labs.

- signs and labels
 - maybe tiny rock jacks to hold up outdoor signs
 - food that would be served at an art gallery
           o foods impaled with toothpicks
           o foods served on a cracker
           o grapes



Dez starts us off with reporting, "Yesterday was Art Day—we made signs and labels, and then prepared a charcuterie spread with schmears and crackers and other horsdvuers.. because an Art gallery might serve such a thing..!"





Looks delish:

Magdalene shows off a spiffy. sign for the seed library:




More deliciousness:



Remember the Arrakis sign up above? Here it is in the creative stage from Caleb's journal:


Caleb also worked on a support for an existing sign: Quote: "While everybody else decided to create a sign of some kind I decided to build a miniature rock-jack for a sign we already had.  Pretty impressive what round wood will take without splitting but maybe that's just because it was wet from all the snow.  Hopefully it holds up to the dry summer heat as well.  Regardless, a quick fun low intensity project and now i've got the muscle memory to build bigger ones for fencing."



Voila!


Pam, a new boot, got into the spirit of the Art Day Half-assed Holiday' sign making ritual.






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Paul Sofranko wrote:The Art Day: Half-assed Holiday was recently celebrated on Feb 23 at Wheaton Labs.

- signs and labels
 - maybe tiny rock jacks to hold up outdoor signs
 - food that would be served at an art gallery
           o foods impaled with toothpicks
           o foods served on a cracker
           o grapes



Dez starts us off with reporting, "Yesterday was Art Day—we made signs and labels, and then prepared a charcuterie spread with schmears and crackers and other horsdvuers.. because an Art gallery might serve such a thing..!"





Looks delish:

Magdalene shows off a spiffy. sign for the seed library:




More deliciousness:



Remember the Arrakis sign up above? Here it is in the creative stage from Caleb's journal:


Caleb also worked on a support for an existing sign: Quote: "While everybody else decided to create a sign of some kind I decided to build a miniature rock-jack for a sign we already had.  Pretty impressive what round wood will take without splitting but maybe that's just because it was wet from all the snow.  Hopefully it holds up to the dry summer heat as well.  Regardless, a quick fun low intensity project and now i've got the muscle memory to build bigger ones for fencing."



Voila!


Pam, a new boot, got into the spirit of the Art Day Half-assed Holiday' sign making ritual.








This all looks great!
 
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