Brian Kruse Fine Woodworking
There are the fine arts, and then there are the useful arts.
Workshop closed during the cold seasons, but let me know if you need something fun built and we’ll see about getting you scheduled.
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Fluent in German and Spanish. Take private lessons with an experienced teacher in southwest Colorado Springs.
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Brian Kruse, dba Iconoclastic Press,
has written several books and has a few more in various states of planning and disarray.
Novelist, woodworker, tanguero, chef, and more, Brian enjoys an exasperating combination of OCD and Asperger’s Syndrome.
Brian is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He is available for tango or German lessons, custom woodworking projects, and creative catering. However, he would really like it if you read his books.
Brian is available for small catering events. Specializing in Spanish cuisine, and, of course, pizza. Pastries from all across Europe and beyond.
Visit the soon-to-be-launched Pizza & Pastry to follow his food blog — Feeding the Muse.
Read Old Blog posts
The Iconoclastic Press Blog
Brian’s Blog. A little hijacked of late.
Ooh la la oh my this Corona virus, with all its quarantining, staying-at-home orders, safer-at-home, reduced hours and all has...
Bread, bread, bread, bread, bread.
Pastry chefs just wanna have fun.
"Take the camera," I said; "bring me back pictures I can show off -- and one each of everything." It'd be a big morning I knew...
Happy New Year to you all. The end of a year means party time, so Poet-turned-Pastry-Chef has been busy. So many tarts to choose...
Groups & Organizations We Support
No man is an island.
Ivywild Song Circle
Musicians of all levels are welcome to join Ivywild’s Song Circle, usually held monthly on the third Tuesday evening at the Lucey’s on La Clede. You’ll likely find Brian there.
Anna's Therapeutic Garden
While Brian bakes, the muse plays in the wildlife habitat and herb garden. Curious? Come visit ATG.
Friends of Cheyenne Canyon
Deaf Blue Cats
For all your web and graphic design needs, see the Deaf Blue Cats, who put the ‘purr’ in ‘purrfection’. Check them out.