Thank you for reading the Q&A interviews with artists and writers participating in the Pendaries Art League 16th Annual Art Show in July. There will be a robust body of work by talented creative spirits. Consider it Christmas shopping in July for a unique gift for yourself or someone special in your life. And you will be supporting the arts in the best possible way, by purchasing something created with love and dedication
Tom Anderson began wood turning in 2001, after retiring from a career in electronics. His products are generally Over Engineered, choosing to add his improvements to basic products. His Pepper Mills offer an integrated salt shaker and a saucer to catch pepper debris. His products have been sanded through 2000 grit, which gives the wood a natural high polish. An application of Mahoney’s ‘Heat Treated” Walnut Oil, followed by Mahoney’s Wax, complete the finish. “This food-safe finish is easily maintained with the Mahoney’s Wax that is supplied with each product,” Tom said. “No volatiles are used in any of these finishes.”
Q: What art medium do you work in?
Q: Why that medium?
Tom: It gives me a chance to embellish nature’s beauty
Q: What inspires you?
Tom: Exotic woods.
Q: What is your preferred work environment?
Tom: My workshop
Q: Whom do you most admire and in what ways are you influenced by this individual?
Tom: Mike Mahoney, professional wood turner and his exotic creations.
Q: What do you most want visitors to the show to know about you as an artist?
Tom: I like to produce utilitarian objects that are pieces of art when not it use.
Q: Is this your first year as a PAL participant and what appeals to you about being in this show?
Tom: This is my fifth year. This is a fun show with inspired local artists.
Q: What is your one-line invitation to the Pendaries Art League show?
Tom: Come see some fantastic local artists, producing reasonably priced art.
You are invited:
1 Lodge Rd, Rociada, NM
Pendaries Art League Show
Friday, July 5, 2019
5:00 – 7:00 pm
Saturday, July 6, 2019
10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday, July 7, 2019
10:00 am – 3:00 pm