Heading Back Down Under
I’ve been to Australia a couple of times now and this upcoming trip will mark my third visit. John Madden, the organizer of Wood Dust, has asked me to teach a Master Class at Wood Dust 2019. I’m excited to be a part of this event and it promises to be as awesome as last year’s inaugural running.
If you have spent any time with me before, you know that I like to have fun and I occasionally goof off as seen above. I have so much fun when I woodwork so I like to keep things light when I teach. Life is serious enough so why not have some fun eh?
Last year at Wood Dust I taught a class on inlay. This year, I will be talking about my take on design entitled “Design for Woodworking”. We will spend time learning to sketch, building maquettes and flexing the old design muscle a bit. Many folks are afraid of design because they think they have to get formal schooling on the subject in order to be good at it. The truth is, with a bit of guidance and some practice, you can unlock your inner designer and begin building furniture that starts as an idea in your mind.
So why not join us for a bit of fun, boost up your design chops and expand your woodworking skills?
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