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hello. my name is jon pitts, I have a passion for turning my time into beautiful and original treasures. I have been woodworking since I was 8, alongside my dad and on camping trips, many years of using hand tools that have formed a relationship between my self and the material. my creative goals have varied through the years, but once I found a way to combine so many of my passions into one pursuit, I took the plunge and dedicated my life to creation at 21 (2008).

I have since attended 100's of festivals, music events, and craft shows. partnered with 15 retail locations in 4 states. self taught in the basics or photography, dendrology, web design, resin casting, metal work, printed media, and workplace ergonomics.

every design you see has a unique process of steps that transforms small bits of wood and resin into images and shapes. I love the medium of jewelry…

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  • Male
  • Born on June 30
  • Joined June 4, 2010

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Beautiful reclaimed and scrap wood from makers of musical instruments, saw mills, skateboard decks, and cabinet shops

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About

hello. my name is jon pitts, I have a passion for turning my time into beautiful and original treasures. I have been woodworking since I was 8, alongside my dad and on camping trips, many years of using hand tools that have formed a relationship between my self and the material. my creative goals have varied through the years, but once I found a way to combine so many of my passions into one pursuit, I took the plunge and dedicated my life to creation at 21 (2008).

I have since attended 100's of festivals, music events, and craft shows. partnered with 15 retail locations in 4 states. self taught in the basics or photography, dendrology, web design, resin casting, metal work, printed media, and workplace ergonomics.

every design you see has a unique process of steps that transforms small bits of wood and resin into images and shapes. I love the medium of jewelry for so many reasons, it is a welcome challenge to hand make things that are small and light but durable, it walks around and is seen my so many people, patrons will choose the things meaningful to them and that work represents a commonality in our interests, and since everything is small I can use what the other wood workers have no use for anymore.

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