Using the Glowforge for Good!

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#1

I got to teach an art class at our local hospital’s Continuing Care Center as part of the Art Matters program.

I used my Glowforge, Laserwolf, to cut hundreds of Matisse-inspired shapes and we used them to make collages.

You read about the whole project on my blog




#2

That must have been a lot of fun, and great you could use your laser to help.

What an awesome name for your laser!


#3

Thanks! BIG Fiddler fan over here.


#4

Great project! I’m sure they had a blast! :grinning:


#5

I think so! One woman started out saying that it was “it wasn’t right” and that everything was “yuck yuck” but by the end she was smiling! :rofl:


#6

That is so awesome! Crafting brings so much joy.


#7

Wow! That is a great project for a great cause.

I’ve never seen Fiddler on the roof, so I had to look it up. I’m very disappointed there wasn’t an actual Laser Wolf. :wolf:


#8

You’re a lovely human, this is such a wonderful and kind idea!


#9

Nope, my laser is named after a chubby, middle-aged, widowed butcher. :vulcan_salute:


#10

Oh how delightful! Thanks for sharing with us!


#11

Who didn’t get the girl!


#12

Poor Laserwolf.


#13

Wasn’t Laser Wolf the butcher? That doesn’t look like butchering to me! In fact, when I saw this, I thought “wow, that looks a LOT like Matisse!” Excellent stuff!


#14

They’re Matisse’s actual shapes! So it’s more of a remix than a knock-off :wink: