Posts by Nigel Robertson:
So this is one of my most recent projects. I am still enjoying working with wood and making frames more than painting, so it is what it is. Ill continue following my own bliss. Life is too short not too. Everything is temporary. Wow. So deep.
This frame is for Mica Pillemer for his painting: Fate casting judgment upon the world” which won a big award at the ARC Salon this year. I am very happy to be constructing this for him. It has been a worthy challenge. Enjoy the video!
Hello all! Beautiful day today. Another Vlog! Today we make an arched frame window. It is called a “liner” or “Arched Liner” if you’re wondering. They are pretty tricky and take lots of practice. Today I happened to capture a perfect liner build, so check it out. Also if you are wanting to order a frame from me check out WWW.THEBATICAN.COM for more information on the frames I build. Thanks for visiting!
Without further due, here is the video:
In this Vlog I show you how I pack and ship precious works of art. Hopefully this saves lots of people headaches in the future with shipping. I only sold work locally for the longest time because I didn’t have the space to even pack artwork properly. What a mistake! There’s more people outside of your hometown you know. Who would have thought? Ha!
New Vlog: In this Vlog I finish up a couple frames for SoCal Artist Johanna Spinks. We do some spot gilding, some burnishing and some shellacking. Tricky stuff! Hope you enjoy seeing the process.
Today I bring you guys along for my usual drive.
You get to see first hand how I entertain myself while I drive countless miles around Fresno. It is ironic that my son Bruce has respiratory problems and we are also the problem. In future videos I will break this ridiculously absurd cycle.
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In this Vlog, Vicente and I go to get tacos, and then I pay a visit to the (graff) artist known as Timber84.
Here’s my video summary of March Art Hop. Hope you like it!