Coming Saturday, March 22, 2014!
Cindy will spend the full day demonstrating the techniques she has perfected to create her signature FINIAL STAR LIDDED BOWLS:
- Natural & Sculpted Edge Turning.
- Elegant finials.
- Multi‐Layers of color dyes to achieve stunning colors & patterns.
- Slides & discussion of her Works & Designs.
- Lots of time for questions & answers.
$45 advance registration
$50 at the door
Registration fee includes a hot lunch, beverages & snacks
Anacortes First Baptist Church
2717 J Avenue
Anacortes, WA 98221
See more of Cindy’s work at: www.cindydrozda.com
For more information, click here to download the event poster.
Click here to buy tickets online. Or see the poster for details on buying tickets by mail.
Bellevue Arts Museum is seeking artists, craftsmen, designers, and makers of all kinds in the Northwest (AK, BC, ID, MT, OR & WA) working in the medium of wood to take part in its upcoming biennial exhibition.
Click here for details on the BAM website.
The Woodturners of Olympia, a chapter of the AAW, is presenting its sixth annual symposium, “Creativity in Woodturning” featuring John Jordan, on July 27, 2013 from 7:50 a.m. until 5:15 p.m. It will be held at the Komachin Middle School in Lacey, Washington State. Price is $90 until May 31 after which it increases to $100. Price for youth under the age of 18 attending with an adult is $10. All prices include lunch and the chance to win several door prizes.
The day starts with Jack Wayne demonstrating his methods for turning thin. Jack is a popular Northwest woodturning instructor and demonstrator. He is followed for the rest of the day by John Jordan who will be conducting several demonstrations, including: aesthetics and properties of wood, turning & hollowing green wood and carving & texturing techniques. John was honored in 2011 with a lifetime membership to the AAW for his extraordinary contribution to the advancement of woodturning. More information on his technique and work can be seen at his web site: www.johnjordanwoodturning.com. John will also lead four hands on workshops limited to 8 participants per day. Workshops schedule & topics are: Sunday, July 28, bowl turning; Monday, July 29, carving & texturing; Tuesday, July 30, Tea Pot; and Wednesday, July 31, student’s choice of either bowl turning or hollow forms. Cost for each of the workshops is $150.
For more information or to register for the symposium you can go to our web site: www.woodturnersofolympia.org . You can also register by calling Al Price on 360-791-0396 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact Al to register for the classes.
Thanks to all for your generosity at our Holiday Party! We collected $730 for the Education Outreach Program – Woo Hoo!!! And a BIG hand to George Way for spearheading the effort to provide mentoring and equipment to Burlington-Edison and Sedro Woolley High Schools.
We would like to expand the program to additional High Schools, preferably in other counties, BUT WE NEED YOUR HELP!
- Do you have a contact at a high school near you? Do they have a wood shop and a lathe (or 2) that are gathering dust? We can help with tools or sharpening equipment purchases… and providing mentoring for the instructors and students.
- Would you like to work with the students but aren’t sure how? We will provide mentor training for those who want to participate in the outreach program!
We are also looking for volunteers to help outside of the classroom such as soliciting donations or discounts on tools, DVDs, kits, wood, etc.
Download the poster for details.
Here, for your amusement and inspiration, is a great 4 minute video involving some large scale turning. It was brought to our attention by Jesse Charette. The turner’s name is Keith Holamon.
Big Wooden Ball Project
a film by Kaya Dillon
edited by Mike Leuis