I bought a book about Miro from the Rheged Centre near Penrith, and it lived at the workshop for several weeks. The first design to come from it was the Footman (otherwise known as Miro's Foot), which you can see in the photo below.
I made 'Henry Moore's Cats' (with shapely holes) as a good way of using lovely wood with annoying knots in the middle. Miro was a natural to extend the idea to an "Art Cats" range. I worked out the basic design, but now Joe now designs and saws them out better than I did, putting in squiggly bits like those on the left of this cat (which he based on "Harlequin's Carnival"), together with the generally wonderful scrollsaw work.
No two spatulas will ever be exactly the same. Each piece of wood is different, and the shape, curve and grain make up the character of each spatula. Individually cut, sanded, finished and oiled, each one is unique, and the photographs should be treated as a fair guide only. This one is in Ash.
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