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Discussion in 'The Taxidermy Industry' started by Amy, Feb 2, 2018.

  1. Amy

    Amy Mammal artist

    60E23E40-B5BF-4E2D-95E8-0275748835FD.jpeg If there’s one thing I love, it’s looking at other people’s work spaces. I wanted to share my new one with you all. I don’t want to brag, but if there’s one time a person deserves to be proud, it’s finally achieving their new shop after working in a shops the size of a garden shed for the better part of 18 Years. This new building is 1200 square feet so it’s not a monster but it’s sized right for me. I just moved in, hence the extreme cleanliness. Hopefully I will be able to keep it that way.
     
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  2. Amy

    Amy Mammal artist

    043B99F0-411D-4A07-9EC9-ED123BA2B75C.jpeg My wood walled showroom complements my favorite competition pieces
     
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  3. Amy

    Amy Mammal artist

    12432ADF-B8D2-473A-AD90-828A8B4C952F.jpeg Another view
     
  4. Amy

    Amy Mammal artist

    53548CDB-6F11-4702-8195-B5748841451C.jpeg The other side of my work area
     
  5. Amy

    Amy Mammal artist

    It also has an 8x8 bathroom with shower so guest can stay over.

    We subbed out the basic framing and construction of the building, the Concrete, plumbing and insulation. Between my husband, my dad and my father in law, they did 80% of the work inside. I have some really great men in my life.
     
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  6. wa

    wa Thanks John...this depicts me better

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    Very nice
     
  7. joeym

    joeym Jeannette & Joey @ Dunn's Falls

    Amy, that's awesome! I'm happy you have that beautiful new shop! I know there will be some great artistry performed there!
     
  8. fishmaster

    fishmaster Well-Known Member

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    Nicely done. It's a great feeling to move into or create a space that is efficient to work in.
     
  9. Wow beautiful shop ,has to be a great feeling to move in a new shop like that congrats.
     
  10. socalmountainman

    socalmountainman Northwestern School of Taxidermy - Class of '73

    Bueatiful work on building your ultimate shop Amy!
     
  11. livbucks

    livbucks Well-Known Member

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    Really nice! Are the walls curved or is that from a fisheye lens?
     
  12. Museum Man

    Museum Man Well-Known Member

    everything looks fantastic. who couldn't want to leave there trophy's with you after walking into that showroom!
     
  13. FishArt

    FishArt Well-Known Member

    I like your workbench - I'd like to have that in my kitchen!
     
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  14. AZ~Rich

    AZ~Rich " Africa" never fails to satisfy

    Very nicely done! I'm sure it will be a pleasure to work in that setting. Nice design with added thought to the future it appears. I'm looking to build one soon and I had some similar thoughts about ceiling height, garage door options, finished floors and central work tables. You must be quite pleased.
     
  15. Timjo

    Timjo Active Member

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    Super cool! Love the curved walls.
     
  16. EA

    EA Well-Known Member

    Wow. Really nice work area and showroom. Sweet concrete too. Congratulations!
     
  17. Amy

    Amy Mammal artist

    Thanks so much everyone. It has just been a dream to work in so far. I’ve not had running water, never had proper heating (just poor insulation and a space heater) and I’ve not been able to showcase any mounts to customers for years. This is like a dream come true.

    The walls are not curved, that’s just what an iPhone does when you take a panoramic photo.
     
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  18. Very nice Amy! Great set up.
     
  19. Tom Maul

    Tom Maul Active Member

    SON!... That's sweet
    Good for you! No excuses, now... course, you never seem to need them.... :D
     
  20. tem

    tem Well-Known Member

    wow.thats cool amy. i would hate to be the first one to get it dirty. you might as well retire.;)