Celebrating Freedom through Sawdust Art

June 30, 2014


We all got into the act last week creating the “masterpieces” below to show our appreciation for the freedom we have in this great country of ours. Boy did we all get into this – competition was in full force even though it wasn’t a competition! Enjoy our “artwork”/DUST DESIGNS and have a…

… HAPPY 4th of July!!!


 freedom-dust Owner, Erin Diffenderfer, sole female team member, created the firework burst with shop screws. And she was happy with her cursive which is usually illegible with pen and paper.
 bell-dust The Liberty Bell created by team member Preston. Pretty cool how the shops concrete looks a lot like the surface and color of the real thing.
 liberty-dust Lady Liberty at her finest and created by owner Jim Diffenderfer (used some fine grained sawdust too).
 drummer-dust Team member Mark used speed squares to make the drum here for this marching man playing a patriotic tune – thinking maybe star spangled banner?!
 patriot-dust A soldier’s salute crafted by team member Juston. Yes we are all so grateful to our military and how they protect our freedoms.
 flag-dust Team member Cory wanted to have time to do fifty stars like the real thing but we do have jobs to craft so here is his cool flag spin. We think how he combined the textures of the two sawdust types is very cool.

Here’s to the land of the free and the home of the brave!!


“ Architecture should speak of it’s time and place, yet yearn for timelessness. ”

– Frank Gehry

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