It's Adrian Ferrazzutti's first time at MASW, but it certainly won't be his last. Adrian taught his take on how to make high-end, finely detailed veneered boxes and all we could say was "Wow!" His approach takes box making to a whole new level and each of his students produced a masterful box and learned techniques they'll use again and again.
Michael Ashford brings decades of experience with the metal work of the Arts & Crafts movement and the design for this hand-hammered copper lamp to MASW this week. By the end of the seven day class, all his student completed a classic copper and mica table lamp, complete with wiring and left with a whole new appreciation for detailed metal work.
It's time for John Ressler to share his guitar making magic with another class of up and coming Luthiers. This time they are making a classical style acoustic guitar!
David Franklin brings a taste of the woodworking traditions of the Pacific Northwest and a clear mastery of carving to his class this year. His students undertake this classic sculptural carving project while they learn how to carve with traditional bent knives and adzes.
If it's curves your furniture needs, there is nobody better to step you through the process than Michael Fortune. This week he teaches his class how to master the process of bending, shaping and joining curved work.
This weekend we welcome "Hand Tool Tune Up with Chris Gochnour," "Making Bent Carving Knives with David Franklin" and "Making a Mountain Dulcimer with John Ressler" to our workshops.