Basement Labs is a window into one man's innate need to create. Some (good) people teach. Some collect objects. Some entertain us. This one takes raw materials and turns them into useful objects.
The medium is irrelevant - the process of creation is independent of the medium. Wood, metal, cloth, electronic parts, food, computer programming - it's all the same. The mechanics and tools are different, but the process isn't.
This site is an exhibition of my innate need to create (mostly) useful items out of raw materials. Over the years, I've built many things of wood with some other media thrown in there.
You can see what I've done, and often how I got there in the photo galleries. As promised (some long time ago), I have rotated properly and made captions for all the harpsichord project photos.
Feel free to surf some at my favorite sites.
I've started on a list of harpsichord music I'm working on or have moved on from. Of course, I'm playing it on my harpsichord.
Someday, I'll make some more progress on my mirror frame. Next up is linseed oil, shellac, and a mirror.
I've just about finished redoing my hall bathroom. It needed it badly, as it was original 1975. All that's left is to get tub shower doors, but that can wait a bit. The tub needs a little chip repair first. It's usable now, so I dug into the master bath. It needed much more work as I am completely reconfiguring it.
Aaaaaand, another project appeared. My Old Car has shown its age, and a part broke. Fortunately, it's less work to
fix than the clutch was. As that's just about done, it's back to the bathroom.
Other photos that I'd like to share, not related to my projects, can be found here.
updated: 29 November 2016 2:38pm