I was framed by Builder Bob!

When I returned from Encausticamp, Builder Bob was already preparing frames for my new creations.

www.kathievezzani.com; EncaustiCamp 2013
Builder Bob making frames for my encaustic pieces from Encausticamp.

I’m very lucky to have such a collaborative husband. It’s been that way from the beginning of our nearly 40 years together. I visualize and he makes it happen. It’s been especially helpful since I started doing more complicated assemblages and believe me, he isn’t complaining. His workshop has grown immensely with equipment since he started making my frames two years ago and now he is building furniture, too. Now we are thinking, less house and more workshop/studio space.

I am going to be vending at the Proctor Arts Festival tomorrow. If you are in Tacoma, stop by and say hello.

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Here are some of the items I’ll be sharing, most of them made in Trish Saggebruch’s Dyeing in Encaustic class, along with my Santos Dolls, paintings and assemblages. Hope to see you there!

18 Comments Add yours

  1. jean brown says:

    you had such good results with the indigo dye — your creations are fantastic!

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    1. Thanks, Jean. I hope that you are going to frame some of your monoprints! It seems we share another interest that we didn’t even talk about–Michael deMeng. Are you in his dolly class?

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  2. Bob Vezzani says:

    Thanks, it’s a great new phrase…………..I was framed by Builder Bob…..

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    1. Thought you would like it.

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  3. Betti Zucker says:

    love it! you are one luck gal. Good luck in the show. big hugs bz

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    1. Tapping your energy on this side of the country, Betti! I’ll let you know how it goes.

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  4. Pinhi says:

    Love it! You guys got married when you were 12 or 13, right?

    Sent from my iPad

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    1. Seems like it…..right? Early 20s. Been together since college.

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  5. Sharon Lynn Williams says:

    Hi Kathie: Do you think Bob would mind doing a post on how he builds these and how you attach your boards to them, so we can make our own dear hubbies into Builder Bobs’???

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    1. We’re in discussion, Sharon!

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  6. k8daniel says:

    Awesome! You’re a lucky lady! Glad encausticamp was so much fun – looks like you’re really hooked on wax now. I hope your sale went well!

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    1. Thanks, Kate. It was fun at camp and met a lot of nice folks.

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  7. Suzanne Mobberley says:

    i agree you are lucky

    Date: Fri, 2 Aug 2013 15:35:57 +0000 To: sgmobberley@hotmail.com

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    1. Well, you have a Builder James……

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  8. steven wellman says:

    You are so lucky to have “Builder Bob” who does great work.

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    1. Thanks, Lucky! Nice to see you here.

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  9. steven wellman says:

    Forgot to say above comment is from “Lucky” learning how to comment on your posts. ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

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