Low Relief Carving for Furniture with Alexander Grabovetskiy July 16-17, 2022

Low relief carving for furniture, also known as the Flemish or Liège style, was very popular from the 16th to 19th century in Belgium-French culture. It also migrated to England and was incorporated by great furniture makers, such as Thomas Chippendale. In this class students will discover the beauty and richness of low relief carving. Alexander will cover both the process and techniques of low relief carving, showing that it is a completely different process from normal carving. He will also show how to sharpen wood carving tools without wasting valuable time.


Date

Saturday - Sunday Jul 16 - 17, 2022
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