My good friend Rudy Everts has just released a short run of handmade prints of a Welsh lowback stick chair by a roaring fire. Rudy is selling them for €50 and ships worldwide.
In addition to being a talented chairmaker, Rudy is also a musician, sculptor and wood engraver. For the last few years, Rudy has focused on his woodblock prints, which remind me of the work of Wharton Esherick.
Rudy showed me this print as he was working on it, and I have been waiting for months him to get this particular print complete so that I could buy one (I ordered mine yesterday). The print itself measures 2” x 3-1/4” and is on a sheet of Simili Japon paper that measures 6.3” x 9.4”. It’s going to look great in my office here at Lost Art Press.
If you like supporting artists who make affordable, handmade things, here’s an excellent one. In addition to this print, Rudy also has other nice woodblock prints for sale in his store.
— Christopher Schwarz
10 thoughts on “Woodcut of Welsh Fireside by Rudy ‘Chair Chat’ Everts”
These look great, thanks for posting this.
I have an inordinate fear of purchasing things unless I know the cost.
The checkout seems to require I commit to purchase before I see the cost of shipping to the US.
Can anyone tell me what the approximate shipping would be?
or refer me to a good therapist to help me deal with my phobia?
If you click on Shipping Costs (below the price) here is what it shows:
Shipping & Payment Info
I ship all orders worldwide for a flat fee of 7.20 Euro with tracking.
If you order multiple items you pay shipping only once.
Items to the United States may take several weeks to arrive, especially around busy holiday times.
Please contact me if you don’t receive your order in a timely manner. I am very committed to give you the best customer experience.
If your package is lost I will send you a replacement free of charge.
I hope in the end you found what you are looking for, I try to be very transparent with the shipping costs. As Chris said, shipping is 7.20€ regardless of where in the world it will be shipped to and how many items you buy. Thanks for looking and please drop me a note if anything else is unclear.
These look beautiful. Excellent work.
Many thanks, appreciate it!
Very nice. I can feel the crackling fire.
Thank you very much!
Chris sorry to post on an unrelated subject – I bought your book Campaign Furniture, and am gathering the recommended tools to make a Roorkee chair. Unfortunately the Veritas 5/8″ tapered reamer is sold out worldwide with an unknown wait till they become available again. Nobody else seems to make the same tool – at least I can’t find them. Can you recommend an alternative tool or process? Thanks in advance.
There are other makers of tenon cutters and reamers. They have a shallower included angle than the Veritas, but work great. This is the set I own:
Thank you for the quick reply. I’m headed to the site now.
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