J Art Roth



Print Reading Class

Both print reading and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing are among the classes I have aced. That said… Sometimes a really good engineer gives you a print or drawing that requires some, oh, let’s call it ‘interpretation’. Lucky for him that… Continue Reading →

the Freight Train

A friend was telling an apprentice about my awesome, custom, assemblage sculpturesque toolbox. Story; My first benchtop toolbox was the brown mortar shell box. Didn’t need much at the time and it was CHEAP! Next came the black rollaway. Again,… Continue Reading →

Perfect Extraction

Sometimes you perform a difficult task with perfect execution. Broken bolt extraction? Pure art. by

Totally Fab

Fabrication works best when I plan my work and then work my plan. Take measurements, do a dimensional drawing, label everything along the way. Totally opposite of the completely extemporaneous and emotional way I paint. by


This morning I reviewed yesterday’s post. I lied. This belt represents the last assemblage piece I made. by

Art From Waste

In grade 6 art instructor John Fure introduced me to the concept of assemblage sculpture. For the next 6 years that single form of creative expression played the second greatest roll in my life. I can’t remember exactly what I… Continue Reading →

Work, Play, Art

Precision ground blocks and cylindrical rare earth magnets combined for an aesthetically pleasing assemblage. Somebody was having fun at work. by

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