The Lost Art Press storefront will be open this Saturday (Nov. 10) from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with our full array of books available to purchase, including our newest title “The Intelligent Hand.”
In addition to that, Brendan and I will show a wide variety of chairs. Many of them we made and will be for sale. But we’ll also show chairs from other makers that we have collected. If you have any interest in chairs (Windsor, Welsh, ladderback etc.) this show will be a great opportunity to try out a variety of them and talk about the construction process.
The two most interesting (and beautiful) chairs in the show are the chair Larry Barrett built for the forthcoming edition of “Make a Chair from a Tree” by Jennie Alexander, and Chris Williams’s four-stick Welsh stick chair in the show, which is about as wondrous a chair as you can imagine.
We’ll post a full list of chairs in the show later this week.
If you haven’t been to Covington, Ky., recently, the town continues to clean up its act. For some reason all of the prostitutes have left our area (we don’t know why; maybe it was something Brendan said). We’ve also gotten a few more interesting and independent restaurants.
One of our favorites is Peppe Cucina at 39 W. Pike St. It’s a great deli that makes its own bread. And it has a pizza oven – slices are $4 on homemade focaccia. It’s a nice spot to eat lunch. Or you can take your food across the street to Braxton Brewing and get a beer to go with your sandwich or pizza.
Of course, our favorite place in town is still Main Street Tavern. Brunch there is about as good as you can get (right now I am fixated on the breakfast biscuit sandwich with fried chicken, egg and cheese).
The storefront is at 837 Willard St. in Covington, Ky., and we hope to see you there.
— Christopher Schwarz
9 thoughts on “This Saturday: The Chair Show at Lost Art Press”
Are the prostitutes, perhaps, migratory? Is this a sign of a particularly harsh winter? Surely there’s an LAP reader with expertise in the field.
During the last three years, we have noticed that they change their plumage as the seasons turn. This is the first time they have abandoned their nesting sites
If you can provide me with their proper Linnaean taxonomy, I will do further research.
Hey, mostly unrelated to this post, but I was re-watching Lord of the Rings the other night and this “Shire Stick Chair” caught my eye:
Thought you might be interested to see.
Yup. Built that one 12 years ago. It’s in Bilbo’s house.
I hope you post some pictures, would love to be able to make!
I’ll yet again be sad to miss this. Both gastronomicaly, and asstronomicaly.
The fried chicken ,egg, and cheese biscuit caught my attention. Are you eating twice the chicken on your biscuit or is it just which came first? The chicken or the egg?
I’m going to see if I can make this. I’m in the greater Indy area (best friend went to Cov Cath though) and am super new to “fine woodworking” but I’d love to see your storefront and chat with you guys.
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