I’m still in Germany, but Brendan Gaffney and Megan Fitzpatrick will open the Lost Art Press storefront to the public today from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The store is located at 837 Willard St. in Covington, Ky.
We’ll have our complete line-up of books available for sale, plus some blemished books (cash only on blems). As always, Brendan and Megan are happy to discuss any woodworking topic you might need help with, or to demonstrate a technique at the bench.
And if you want to talk smack about me, I won’t be there. So go nuts.
I’ll be back home on Sunday night and will definitely be in the store for the Nov. 10 and Dec. 8 open days. I hope you can visit.
— Christopher Schwarz
1 thought on “The Storefront is Open Today”
Spend the time and money to remove the paint from the bricks and stones of this handsome building. The brick and stone needs to breathe, paint traps moisture. You don’t want to see people painting your wood furniture, same should be with the work of the masons and the old architects. Also, our neighborhoods need old-school corner grocery stores selling the basics, to get people to stop driving cars to shop. Art galleries and boutiques are nice, but, they do not a working city make.
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