The most students I have had in my workshop at one time is 7 (Charles Neil and gang). I had to clear out areas in my shop that had not seen light for a very long time in order to find a place for them all. This past class wasn’t nearly as crowded, but I […]
I recently taught 2 classes at Marc Adams School of Woodworking in Indianapolis, Indiana – a 2-day class over the weekend and a 5-day class on European carving. Some students even ventured into taking both classes! This will pretty much be a photo album of what went on during the class. Some of you may […]
I am scheduling a trip to Europe next June and was curious if there might be anyone over there who might want to schedule a woodcarving class… I don’t really have any specific schedule yet, but I do know we are going to head to England and visit Stephen’s family (he was born over there) […]
The last 2 weeks have been an incredible journey of teaching and exploring in an amazing part of the country that I have never visited – the wilds of Alaska (not referring to the students). The Woodworkers Guild of Anchorage invited me to teach a class on carving the ball and claw foot and acanthus […]
Recently I have had a variety of teaching opportunities – both in classroom settings, and students coming to my workshop in Charleston. Since I haven’t posted about them, I’ll just cover them in one post (since I’m so far behind in this). George Edwards and his wife enjoyed several days having the Charleston experience, and George spent some of […]
I just returned from teaching a 5-day Fundamentals of Woodcarving at Marc Adams School of Woodworking and then a 2-day SAPFM (Society of American Period Furniture Makers) class on carving the acanthus leaf. Here are some great photos of very motivated students, and some beautiful carvings as a result.