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Carving – Make Your Mark – M. Cullen
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Surface Carving for Texture
A wonderful opportunity to explore carving in a nontraditional way. This class is open to non-woodworkers as well as woodworkers of all skill levels who would like to break into new territory.
In this two-day class, taught by renowned furniture maker Michael Cullen a regular contributor to Fine Woodworking magazine, you’ll investigate different approaches and methods to carving and surface embellishment.
The primary focus in the workshop will be on creating patterns and texture using carving gouges and alternative tools. Be prepared to veer off the path into creative territory.
Tools used but limited to include: gouges and chisels, files and rasps, and some machinery. This class is perfect for the beginner who is curious about making things from wood and is also very good for the expert who is looking to create something new and fresh.
Max class size:10
Tools Needed:See Tool List.
Materials & Books Needed: Materials provided
Tuition: $460 per person
Studio & Materials Fee: $30
One time Registration Fee: $45
- January 23 @ 9:00 am
- January 24 @ 4:00 pm
- Event Categories:
- 2 Day, 2021 Classes, All, Beginning Woodworking, Carving, Decorative Arts & Inlay, Furniture Making, handtool, In Person, Level I, Level II, Level III
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