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Have a Seat - Part 2

January 17, 2019
by Mike Loeffler
I acquired some black ash logs over the course of this past spring. During the summer months…
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Emily Dickinson Brooms

January 3, 2019
by Marybeth Garmoe
  She sweeps with many-colored brooms, And leaves the shreds behind; Oh, housewife in the evening west,…
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Chasing the Curve

December 21, 2018
by Angela Robins
After a year and a half of creating, traveling and connecting, I am wrapping up my precious…
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Utilizing the Natural Forms of Wood

December 6, 2018
by Mike Loeffler
Why do so many people feel attracted to wooden objects? There seems to be a universal appeal…
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Branching Out

November 16, 2018
by Angela Robins
Apple, poplar and birch, oh my! So many branches, so many forms. Ever since studying bowl carving…
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Spice Jars & Chip Carving

November 9, 2018
by Marybeth Garmoe
Surface design, be it carving or painting or inlay, is fascinating to me.  Just a simple embellishment…
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Running Errands with Erlend Part II: Trondheim to Askvoll

August 31, 2018
by Angela Robins
Resident Artisan, Angela Robins, recently returned from a research trip to Sweden and Norway. The following is…
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Have a Seat - Part 1

August 2, 2018
by Mike Loeffler
I’ve always loved sitting at a shaving horse with a drawknife making shavings. I’m not at all…
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Jane Mickelborough and Breton Spoons

July 6, 2018
by Marybeth Garmoe
There are a lot of fun elements of the Artisan Development Program, but one of the elements…
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Log to Timber

June 21, 2018
by Mike Loeffler
In May I had the opportunity to assist with a course titled Log to Timber taught by…
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