On January 24th, with the water in Skaneateles Lake at a tub-like 34 degrees, a crew of hearty ChaseDesign & 10Red heroes took the Polar Plunge to benefit three local charities and triumph over the elements.
ChaseDesign celebrated the season with a host of Christmas sweaters -- items long hidden in lower drawers brought forth into the sunlight to dazzle for a day. And here are a few of the favorites:
Mike's stars actually twinkled.
A celebration of Thanksgiving at the Seneca Studio!
Jon Cammarata reports on the hike down and up the historic “jug path” at Carpenter’s Falls:
Jon Cammarata, Bonny Dudden, Doug Whitehouse and Chris Andrews at the trailhead
Graphic Designer Riva Powers is a second-generation artist, whose future came into focus when she learned to draw. Here are a few of her works in watercolor. She notes, “Some are a bit more graphic in approach and mix some pen work in. Others are strictly watercolor.”
In the hands of Joshua Feocco, a Building and Grounds Maintenance Technician at ChaseDesign, wood becomes art. Josh’s first mentor was Clancy Edmonds, an industrial arts teacher, farmer and carpenter, who gave his students a well-rounded, hands-on education.
The latest creation, in Josh's workroom
Copywriter Kihm Winship shares:
“Since so much of my life is about reading and writing, I occasionally like to do something with my hands, outside of my head. And since I love chess, but don’t play very well, making chess boards is a satisfying compensation.
“I wanted a green and white board but probably wouldn’t do this again, since all 64 squares had to be sanded and finished individually. I don’t know what I was thinking.