Last week I taught a 5 day Fundamentals of Woodcarving class at Marc Adams School of Woodworking in Indianapolis, Indiana. A great group of people. Here are some of the wonderful accomplishments of the students. Congratulations everyone! Great job!
Have you ever had trouble seeing the lines of your design on the wood? Often with lighter colored wood such as basswood, pencil lines show up clearly. If you have transferred a template to your wood with carbon paper, this also shows up well on lighter colored wood. The carbon paper can be purchased at office supply […]
I have next year’s class schedule pretty much locked in. It’s going to be a very busy year. Here is the link to the page on my website. Or you can choose the “classes” menu above. You would need to sign up and register at the particular school. The class scheduled for February 4 – 8 at the […]
For the past 2-1/2 years, there have basically been two people involved in making my online school happen. Me (Mary May) – what I do: Filming while I carve (cameras on a tri-pod, me rambling on as I carve) Editing video Adding new videos to the site weekly Writing and sending monthly newsletters Writing and sending weekly […]
Last week I taught two, 1-day beginning classes and a 2-day intermediate class at The Woodworker’s Club in Rockville, MD. Such a great group of people there – both the people that work at the store and the students. I really had a wonderful time. The students worked through some very challenging projects – and some […]
Last week I taught a 5-day Introduction to Relief Carving class at Marc Adams School of Woodworking. It was a full class of 18 students, and we worked through several beginning projects and progressing to quite challenging carvings. Everyone persevered and really did an amazing job. As one student commented “You really brought me out […]