Thursday, June 23, 2016
Penetrating Epoxy Sealer is a nearly water thin 2 part epoxy mixture that absorbs into wood and gives marine grade surface protection. Learn how to incorporate this product into your work to give an added layer of protection to help insure longevity.
This demonstration will feature a number of techniques that can be used by the furniture maker to embellish the surface of wood. While wood is inherently beautiful, its beauty can be amplified by the combination or addition of color and pattern.
I will show how carbon fiber can be used to strengthen and stiffen delicate designs and joinery and also to visually enhance the appearance of a piece of furniture. I will discuss materials and applications and use slides and examples to demonstrate it’s effectiveness.
Friday, June 24, 2016
Collaboration in a digital age will present how Philadelphia based Staack Moore Woodworking has expanded the scope of their design and production. Examples of their collaborative work through automated processes and fine woodworking methods with other traditional crafts people will be presented.
Saturday, June 25, 2016
John Henry beat that steam drill, baby, laid his hammer beside the road (all painted in red) and he fell down and died. Is there still a place in the 21st century for a hammer and a piece of steel? Craig Nutt joined by fellow wood carvers Paul Sasso, Alf Sharp, Amy Forsyth, and Michael […]