A Gilder and Framemaker living and working in Maine writes about projects in the studio and life around the farm
September marks the noticible turning point in the year when the sunrise comes later in the morning. When called to be in the workshop early to meet a deadline I am often up before dawn to get an early start. In the summer months the sun rises as I do. This time of year I have to watch for the sun from my perch in the workshop, looking up from my project to glance out the window watching for the sun to rise. This image is one such morning I watched approach as I worked to complete a project of 27 hand made picture frames for an exhibit at Greenhut Galleries in Portland for artist Tina Ingraham .