Adding Decorative Inlaid Rims & Imagery to Woodturnings with Stephen Hatcher September 30-October 4, 2019
$825 tuition, $150 material fee payable to Steven, a cut list will be sent so you can BYOW
*Safe practices in working with inlay materials
*Finding inspiration for inlay
*Design and layout of inlay
*Making and using specialized turning and sanding tools
*Creating multilayer inlay
*Use of paints and dyeing in inlay
*Using an airbrush to further enhance work
*Using power carvers to create inlaid imagery
*Finishing inlaid work
Adding inlay to your woodworking project can elevate your work from good to spectacular. This course explores inlay techniques as applied to woodturning, covering both dazzling accents and an introduction to creating inlaid imagery. Students will learn how to use minerals, shells, metals, guitar purfling, and paper to create dazzling effects. Students will also learn how to use dyes, airbrushing, sealers, and finishes in subtle layered topcoats to further enhance these inlay designs. This is a busy class – light on long-winded lectures while instead focused on the students many hands-on projects. Students can expect to complete the inlay of seven small projects with additional time for each to pursue two individual projects with Stephen’s oversight. Woodturning skills are minimal for this class so complete beginners are welcome. Students who take this class are encouraged to also take the following weekend class on “Adding Translucent Rims to Woodturnings,” thereby covering all the inlay topics Stephen teaches. Stephen states “This is the most exciting and creative class I have ever taught and MASW has the perfect facility and assistants for it.”
There is an annual, nonrefundable registration fee of $45.
This registration fee is not a part of the class fee and is not deducted from the final balance due. This is the financial binding that locks you into the class and starts the registration process. This fee does not apply to students who only take one single day workshop.