That site is a blog, constructed by Tom Bramhill. He's a very interesting person. Have you seen any of his works? If not, go to the site, and check out the lathart paintings link. He actually taught Woodscapes about the whole kit thing, and ended up selling rights to his pictures. A funny thing happend to me this past spring. I've got about 5 of the kits hanging in a family restaurant that my family operates, and a picture of the restaurant that I did as my first solo attempt at lathart. Anyways, a lady and her husband were visiting a local friend of theirs, and were eating in our restaurant when she looked up and observed what she reffered to as "her pictures", becauses, as I found out, she now owns woodscapes, and many of the drawings that have been formatted into lath kits are her artwork. The odds of this lady coming into this small town restaurant in North Carolina, all the way from Ottawa Canada, with lathart on the walls, not mention the fact that I was creating my own. From what I can tell, there are'nt many people out there doing lathart, so It's kind of rare to find someone that is. As a matter of fact, you are the first person aside from myself that I have spoken to that has created his own lathart, so it's nice to meet you. I would love to see your newest piece when it is complete. I'm kind of out of commission for a little while, because I've got some extensive house projects in the works, but I love to talk lath, so feel free to e-mail me any time at firstname.lastname@example.org
My name is Chris and I am a 39 year old husband, and father, of four children. I have been scrolling since 1996, mostly in intarsia. Recently I have been doing something called lathart.