Our spotlight on operative men of the craft, whose labor and work embody Masonic principles and virtue

“A man who works with his hands is a laborer; a man who works with his hands and his brain is a craftsman, but a man who works with his hands and his brain and his heart is an artist.”

– Louis Nizer

Meet this month’s Craftsman

Bro. Ari Roussimoff

“I started seeking Freemasonry symbols; I wanted to paint these symbols, which led me to become a Mason. These were mystical, abstract spiritual forms. I was attracted to the style of cubism, the geometric patterns, and occasionally use squares as the subject of composition to emphasize a subject in my paintings. My Masonic pictures are part of life; Freemasonry is meant to be a guide in life to build a society.”

Featured Craftsmen

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Bro. Nathan Davis

Bro. Nathan Davis

Pipemaker, Wood worker

RW Pat Imbimbo

RW Pat Imbimbo

Grand Beekeeper

Men and members of the Craft

Call them artisans, do-ers, a master, skilled and talented; we call them Brother. Every month, we will introduce you to a Craftsman and shine light on his small business, labor, and work.

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