visited Seattle for a Milestone workshop
|This is the coolest billboard I have ever seen.
I took this picture in the dark. If someone has
a better picture, please e-mail it to me.
|Don Latimer shows the 2 countertops we made in the 2 day class.|
|A copper-like patina is made by applying a gold
milestone finish on a grey base coat.
|Next, a bright green is troweled on allowing
some of the gold to show through.
|A blueish green coat is troweled over
bright green. A border is made with tape.
|Yours truly troweling on the base coat on the other counter top. Scratch coat is portland cement and sand on metal lath. Milestone and sand are applyed on the scratch coat.|
|Mike applys a color finish on the other counter top. Note the red glass inlays.||Doc applys urethane sealer while Don hooks up
sink. Pawel, from Calgary, Canada, looks on.
|Milestone floor in Don's Gallery.||Floor in the entrance of the gallery. I can't think of another material that beats the quality of these Milestone floors.|
|Back of the gallery showing Milestone applied
to a curved wall and the door.
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