I am experiencing the lull after the storm. A wonderful and energetic weekend at WIA in Winston-Salem – seeing a lot of friends and meeting new ones. And now I’m trying to settle in again. It’s sad that I probably won’t see many of these people again until next WIA. I drove the 5 hour […]
Woodworking in America Extravaganza!
We just had a wonderfully successful week at Woodworking in America in Cincinnati. I taught on “How to Bring Life to Leaves” and “Linenfold”. My husband, Stephen, came with me. I find it fascinating that I can comfortably teach 40 or 50 complete strangers, but if my husband is in the room, I get all flustered and […]
I am settling in again after a great weekend in Cincinnati with the Woodworking in America Show. I think it was a very successful show. It seemed that the amount of people for the conference part was very similar to the show in Pasadena, but the number of people attending the vendor area seemed much […]
Convex Newport Shell video up on the video site
I just put on my woodcarving school website a 2 hour long video on carving the Convex Newport Shell. This is the same video as the DVD with some slight variations in editing. It is broken down into 6 chapters: Chapter 1: Carving down the area under the shell Chapter 2: Shaping the shell Chapter […]
WIA – Pasadena, CA
What a beautiful area this is! It has been a very busy weekend at the Woodworking in America Show in Pasadena, CA. The photo is taken out of my hotel room on Friday morning on the 10th floor of the Westin Hotel in Pasadena. It was a magnificent sunrise. The whole weekend was very busy […]