This weekend's topics are "Getting the Most From Your Tablesaw with Stephen Proctor" and "Jewelry: Making Metal Move with Myra Perrin." Both of them were fascinating!
Malcolm Tibbetts returns to MASW to unveil the mysteries behind to art of segmented woodturning. He leads his class through all the techniques necessary to produce their own amazing segmented works of art.
Trompe L'oeil is the art of deceiving the eye. This week Stephen Proctor guides his class through the process of carving a small tabletop to look as though it's covered with a cloth!
After building and refining the carcass, Alf Sharp's students return to the school to finish what they had begun earlier in the season - a Philadelphia Low Boy! This week is all about the carving the embellishments of this timeless masterpiece!
The name of the class says it all, and during this week Tim's students did it all! A lot of old furniture just got a new lease on life.
Matthew Hill is a long-term instructor here at the school. One of the things he's well known for is ability to introduce woodturning to new students. This week he takes them on a tour through spindles, lidded boxes and bowls.