The Art of Woodturning
On weekends, our shop becomes a woodturning school. All day classes are held monthly, year round, on Saturdays and Sundays.
Our students include hobbyist, artists, and tradespeople. Some are enthusiast beginners others experienced turners ready to improve their skills.
We provide each student with the safety equipment, an individual lathe and set of tools to use during the workshop. All project materials are included in the cost of the class.
Class size is limited to seven students.
The cost for the all day workshop is $165 (includes project materials, lunch and great donuts from our local bakery). We ask for a $50 deposit to hold your space (refundable up to one week prior to class).
There's a $20 discount for students who are members of local woodworking clubs. See our list of local clubs.
To register for a class, give us a call or send us an e-mail and we will help you find the right class for your interest and skill level.
410-732-8414 or email@example.com
The Right Start
Spindle Turning. Learn spindle turning in this all day workshop designed for beginners. Starting with basic tool use, learn the between center woodturning techinques used by professional turners for centuries for spindle production. Have fun applying the bead & cove cuts to create wine stoppers, mallets, honey dippers and more. Instructor: Mark Supik.
Basic Bowl Turning
Bowl Turning Fundamentals. Using green wood from recently downed local trees, move from log to bowl in one day. Safe use of the lathe and tools and basic bowl turning technique in the morning, then choose your log, turn and finish a bowl. Great for beginning and experienced bowl turners.
Instructor: Mark Supik
Project Based Workshops
Half day workshops for returning students. Turn plates, beer tap handles, lidded vessels or fiber arts tools. Skill topics include sharpening, maintaining a natural edge, or preparing bowl blanks. Saturday mornings from 9 - noon
Mark is available to visit your woodturning club or symposia as a demonstrator. For more information about Mark and his demonstrations, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students who have completed one of the all day classes are welcome to return to the shop to practice or to work on personal projects. Use our wood or bring your own. No direct instruction, but Mark will be around to help.
Field Trips to Our Shop
We welcome woodworking clubs to tour the shop and watch demonstrations, visit the beer tap museum, and even work on a group project. Let's talk about it. 410-732-8414.