I’m off to teach a 2 day beginning carving class at Roy Underhill’s The Woodwright’s School in Pittsboro, NC. It’s a beautiful little town, and his school is on the historic main street right next to a traditional malt shop. It’s always a lot of fun teaching there. Roy has a way about him that never lets things get dull. He’s just a great guy, and I always look forward to teaching there.
I’ll be teaching how to carve the Camelia flower (that worked so well last time in Greenville) and then the second day we will be carving a traditional scallop shell, like the kind you see applied on flat front surfaces of some period chairs and lowboys.
I’ve got a lot of interesting work coming in over the next few weeks, and I look forward to sharing!