HexagonCraftworks

Fine Wood Crafts and Art Accents

Austin, Texas | 21 Sales

HexagonCraftworks

Fine Wood Crafts and Art Accents

Austin, Texas 21 Sales On Etsy since 2015

5 out of 5 stars
(7)

Announcement   Hexagon Craftworks is new on Etsy in 2018. I've personally been on Etsy since 2015, though. I'm a maker and a painter. This shop features both my wood crafts and prints of my paintings and designs. Thanks for visiting and have fun browsing!

Announcement

Last updated on Mar 4, 2018

Hexagon Craftworks is new on Etsy in 2018. I've personally been on Etsy since 2015, though. I'm a maker and a painter. This shop features both my wood crafts and prints of my paintings and designs. Thanks for visiting and have fun browsing!

Brad Ormand

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About

Geometrical Accents, Natural Skin Handmade Drums, and Paintings

Hexagon Craftworks is Brad Ormand. He makes wood crafts, paintings, woodcarvings, hand drums, geometrical objects, and other arts and crafts in his workshop in Austin, Texas.

He's enthusiastic about rustic design and mixing painting with wood - especially when it comes to lighting, faces, geometry, owls, abstract art, planters, and the garden. For paintings, he pretty much exclusively uses acrylic paint, but occasionally uses airbrush, spray paint, and permanent markers. All of his printed products are from his paintings. For wood, he mostly uses Oak, Poplar, Pine, Birch, and Cedar for the medium - both solid wood and ply.

Shop members

  • Brad Ormand

    Owner, Maker

    Creator, Maker, Painter, Drummer, and all-around creative expression enthusiast.

Production partners

  • Printful

    Chatsworth, CA

    Prints my designs and fulfills the printed product.

  • Sticker Mule

    New York, NY

    Prints my paintings and designs on stickers.

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Last updated on Jan 9, 2018
Frequently asked questions
Care instructions

For the Drums: All natural skin drums are sensitive to moisture in the air. In an extremely high humidity environment, the drums sound lower, and in a lower humidity one, the drums sound higher. Neither condition is permanent, and will return to normal. If the drum becomes too low-pitch, the solution is to control the humidity in the room to about 50% or so. I've written a "Drum Care Guide" to help you further understand the care of these drums. A copy of it will be shipped with each drum. To read it now, it's published on the main website:

https://hexagoncraftworks.com/pages/drum-care-guide