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Wood Workshops


Weeklong: July 5-10, 2020 Sally Ault
Smorgasbord of Woodturning Skill Building Projects
Sally Ault

Polish your skill and ability at the lathe as you learn to efficiently turn several production objects suitable for craft fairs or online sales. Projects include honey dippers, tops, pens, scoops, lidded bowls, boxes, weed vases, chatter tools and more. Time and interest will dictate projects covered and materials used.
$600; Additional materials fee payable to instructor - $6 for 2 slimline pen kits

Weeklong: July 12-17, 2020 SammyLong
Creative Power Carving
Sammy Long

Explore the fundamentals of relief carving using rotary carvers for embellishing your wood work. Learn to add texture, remove negative space, sand and finish your projects. Leave the class with at least two finished pieces.
Intermediate, turning experience recommended but not required
$600; Additional materials fee payable to instructor - $12 per cherry disc, will need a minimum of three for the class. Pre-turned pieces available for those who do not turn.

Weeklong: July 19-24, 2020 MichaelOsheroff
These Stools Are Made for Sittin'
Michael Osheroff

Learn to build an elegant, functional stool. Examine the ergonomics of sitting and what is required to create an aesthetically pleasing and comfortable stool. Transform rough lumber into a finished work stool, learning simple joinery techniques and design methods that can be applied to a number of other projects.
$600; Additional materials fee payable to instructor - NONE

Weeklong: July 26-31, 2020 WyattSevers
Design, Build, Admire
Wyatt Severs

Design and build a one-of-a-kind piece of furniture. Start with a discussion on the characteristics of wood to gain an understanding of the design and building process. Cover all machines used in dimensioning and shaping lumber and learn various methods of joinery for different structures to ensure strength and longevity. Explore different kinds of finishes, including milk paint.
$600; Additional materials fee payable to instructor - NONE

Weekend: August 7-9, 2020  Daniel Clay, chip carving
Band Saw Boxes: A Simple Way to Make Small, Wood Vessels
Katie Hudnall

Creating a band saw box is a great way to learn to work with wood and make beautiful objects using simple joinery techniques. Explore the basics of creating these versatile boxes with lids and embellishing them with paint, carving and added textures.
$350; Additional materials fee payable to instructor - NONE


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