Over the past few months, I have taught several classes and have been very tardy in getting photos up. So sorry!
Also, there are several classes this year that still have spaces available:
The next one coming up is a class at Roy Underhill’s “The Woodwright’s School” in Pittsboro, NC, March 1 & 2. This will be a 2 day beginning/intermediate class on carving a Celtic Cross in basswood. You can take this class even if you have never picked up a chisel before. You can go to Roy’s school’s website and you will need to go way down to the bottom of the page to register. The class is not actually listed on the “Two Day Workshops” section on the main page, but you should be able to sign up after registering. See photo below of the Celtic Cross design we will be carving.
The next class is in beautiful Tryon, SC at the Tryon Arts and Crafts School on March 15 & 16. It will be a beginning class on the “fundamentals of woodcarving”.
Then there is the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Rockport, Maine. This will be a full week long beginning carving class July 7 – 11. After 5 days of intense carving, you’ll have no choice but to become addicted!
And finally, I will be teaching a 5-day Intro to Relief Carving at Marc Adams School of Woodworking August 4 – 8. Another thorough carving introduction class.
There are other classes – some may be full and some may still have spaces available – check them out on my class schedule. It’s going to be a busy year!