Marc Adams has helped write the book on American marquetry and this week he shares his knowledge with another lucky class. They leave able to add marquetry to their list of skills and they take home knowledge you can only learn at MASW!
Stephen Proctor is one of the most skilled hand tool craftsman in the country. This lucky group of students gets to apply Stephen's lessons to their own batch of hand tools and leave with tools ready to cut the most challenging woods.
Thomas brings his expertise in the Greene & Greene style to bear as he guides his class while they incorporate these classic details into their own furniture masterpiece.
Bob Yorburg walks his class through the fundamentals of good carving this week. Participants leave with skills they only dreamt of five short day earlier.
Alan Stirt shares his experience in bowl and platter turning with this lucky class. They leave with newfound understanding of form, turning technique and embellishment!
We began the weekend early with "Beginning Rhino 3-D Modeling/Cad for Woodworkers with Mary and Dale Fugier." Then finished out the weekend with "Festool Essentials with Brian Sedgeley," "Shellac: The Forgotten Finish with Mitch Kohanek" and "Turning a Salt or Pepper Mill with John Koch." Wow!