Sunday, March 14, 2010

Quack Shack Studio

After spending 4 years carving at the cramped garage workbench, in the summer of 2009 we added 12 feet to the back of the garage and built Terry a studio to work in. Before there was one small window partially blocked by his tool box, flourescent lighting, and not very good heating. His feet were always cold. So the studio has in floor heat, four big windows on the front and two on the side. The picture to the left is his carving area. Beneath the counter is the chute for the dust collector that sucks up the sawdust he creates. To the right is the area he will use for painting. That way when he gets tired of working on one thing he can move to another.
He has a refrigerator that he keeps stocked with "libations" and a sink. The garage window is now a walk through door. Next to it is the cabinet he keeps stock with his cut-outs. Behind the closet door is the dust collector to help keep the sound down when it's running. Last, but not least, he has a TV, stereo, satillite receiver and DVD player. Mounted on the walls are 2 speakers that are generally blaring our version of oldies but goodies; hits from the 70's and 80's.

It is a man cave that surpasses most man cave's. He spends most of his days out there and thoroughly enjoys it.

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