Author Archives: Matthew

Binnacle Bits

A preview of the new side panels for the binnacle on the tall ship Royaliste. They are made of marine grade mahogany ply, set tongue and groove into a frame of tigerwood. The tigerwood frame is held together using double biscuit joints with the oak biscuits constructed so that the grain crosses the joint instead […]

Categories: New Work, Royaliste, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Flights of Industry

It’s been a while since I last participated in an art project and I’ve been feeling the need to do something that doesn’t necessarily have a practical function, so when Kim mentioned that she was planning to participate in the Audobon Society’s Wild Arts Festival again this year, I decided to join in. The rules […]

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Royaliste Deadeyes

I have photographed all of the deadeyes from the Royaliste. Each deadeye has been photographed from each side. The comment fields with each photograph can be used for commenting on whether the deadeye appears to need replacement or if we can continue to use it. Side 1, Side 2 (Large deadeye with strap) Side 1, Side […]

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