Decorative Details with Steve Latta has been a staple here at the school for many years. After looking at some of the work going on in the class, it's not hard to see why. Steve is a superb teacher with exceptional expertise and willing to share it all.
Alan Lacer is no stranger at the school – he's been with us for decades. The reason for that was revealed to his sold-out class during a fun week that introduced all the basic forms of turning available to the aspiring woodturner!
The first weekend in June started off with more great classes. "Carbon Fiber & Furniture" taught by our own Mark Hedin explored a whole new material, Tim Celeski's students made "The Blacker House Entry Mirror," Garrett Hack lead his students through "Working with Curves."
Garrett Hack brings precision with handtools to a whole new level. This week's class got to experience his refined process for building precision hand-made furniture while they honed their own handtool skills!
Tim Celeski is building some of the best Arts & Craft style furniture available today. In this week's project, he leads his students through the process of making a Porch Swing with all the hallmarks of true Arts & Craft masterpiece.
Michael Fortune begins the first week of his two-week apprenticeship. His class threw themselves into the spirit of the thing and the steaming and the bending began almost immediately! Lots of great demonstrations and the genesis of some really great projects.