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Vertical Stand complete!


Today, I completed the build of the vertical stand. There was a lot to consider, based on how tall the mosaic should be. I decided that I would have a lower setting, where the mosaic would fit in a reasonably-sized crate to ship to California (and eventually Israel). Once the mosaic arrives on-site in California, it can be raised to a higher setting for public display, and both will be stable with the configuration I made today.

Doing this alone was very difficult in such a tiny space. The framework weighs about 45 pounds, and my deck isn't very wide for this sort of project. I managed to get it all figured out before it was too late in the evening to use power tools outside.

After I took this photo, I applied a coat of primer, and tomorrow morning will apply a base coat of flat black paint. This stand should not be the feature, and making it black will help it to disappear a bit better.

The next woodworking project is around the corner: Building a wooden crate so this mosaic can hit the road and arrive safely!

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