Tag Archives: Plymouth Craft

Winter Window

I like working in front of this window.  The directional light creates shadows that honestly reveal form and surface.  I have a small high bench there, too high for heavy work, but perfect for finer bits like cleaning up the … Continue reading

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Reflections on the Marsh

If you ever are part of a class with Plymouth CRAFT, be prepared to employ all of your senses beyond the work itself.  Between the beautiful venues, the mouthwatering flavors of Paula Marcoux’s hand crafted lunches, and the sense of comradery, the whole … Continue reading

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Weekend in New England

The folks at Plymouth CRAFT were kind enough to invite me to spend a July weekend by the shore — and I can bring my axe!  I’ll be teaching a weekend class in bowl carving, and I’m excited to see … Continue reading

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Greenwood Fest Registration

About a month ago, I wrote a brief post about plans for the Plymouth Craft Greenwood Fest.  While specific scheduling for sessions is ongoing (and I still need to decide upon the focus areas for my demonstrations and instruction), the … Continue reading

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Plymouth Craft Greenwood Fest

If you follow Peter Follansbee’s blog (and you should), you know where I’ll be in early June.  Peter and the folks at Plymouth Craft were kind enough to invite me to be part of what is sure to be a … Continue reading

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