Anthony Holand at work at Tuck and Holand studio in Vineyard Haven. Mark Lovewell

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Sitting at a stool made from a solid block of a tree trunk, piled with different blocks of wood on which to hammer out metal, Anthony Holand creates weathervanes from design to finished art. His technique is called repoussé, which means hammering from behind. His trade resists the infiltration of time and technology.


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