Craftsmen in the Brazos Valley

By
Real Estate Agent with Century 21 Beal, Inc.

 

Woodwork in the Brazos ValleyThe Brazos Valley has a diverse culture with an unlimited supply of talented men and women who don't always get recognized. I have a relative who has a great talent and hobby that I am very impressed with and believe you will be also. This craftsman started out making knives from lawn mower blades when I was about 12 years old. He taught me the basics of knife making and I completed a few not so great examples of a 12 year old's ability. I spent weekends visiting and saw his talent grow and flourish into works of art that sold in Austin for upwards of $500 per blade. WOW! He then started wood turning and after a few tool removals from the ceiling in his workshop he mastered the art of woodworking, at least in my bias opinion. He is my Brother, Danny Condon Jr., with wife Louise and kids, Alex and Lynn, he turns out some very interesting works of art.

 

If you like the work email me and I can put you in touch with the craftsman!!

Comments (1)

Raylene Lewis
Century 21 Beal, Inc. - College Station, TX

These are some really neat photos. Your brother is very talented! I didn't know you were into this type of thing. Thanks for sharing the images. Does your brother attend and display work at craft shows?

Aug 02, 2008 06:00 PM