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Fine Woodworking : JUL/AUG 1991 (89)
Events (continued) highlighting work by seven second-generation furni MIC ture art- ists and vessels by 15 wood turners. The Society of Arts and Crafts, 101 Arch St., Boston, 021 10. (617) 345-0033. HIGAN: Class-Building the Norwegian Pram with west Woodcarvers' Exhibition, July 22-26. Blue Earth. For info, contact Harley Schmitgen, 31 1 E. 14th St., Blue Earth, 56013. (507) 526-2777. Workshop-8th annual Villa Maria Woodcarving Workshop, Aug. 11-17. Frontenac. Classes include relief carving, birds, small animals, chip carving, marquetry, more. Villa Maria Workshop, MINNE Clas Institute of Arts and Sciences, 114 Concord St., Manchester, 03104. ses-Various woodworking classes, year-round. Including antique repairs, carving canes & small boxes, kitchen utensils, lathe turning, hand carving, more. Contact The Hand & Clas Clas Moultonboro, 03254. (603) 476-5121. Workshops-Advanced Violin Repair: Neck 28, July 1-5; Violin Building and Varni 1, PO Box 264, Route 25, walk멧䩠 graf멧䩠 June 24shing, July 8-Aug. 16. University of New Hampshire, Continuing Education, Brook House, 24 Rosemary Lane, Durham. 03824-3528. Fair -58th annual League of New Hampshire Craftsmen Fair, Aug. 3-1 1. Mt. Sunapee State Park, Newbury. For info, contact League of New Hampshire Craftsmen Foundation, 205 N. Main St., Concord, 03301. (603) 224-1471. NEW JERSEY: Workshops-Hand Carved Signs with Raymond Halacy, June 28-30; Classic European Wood Carving with Nora Hall, July 5-9; Cabinet Making with David Van Hoff, July 12-17; Making a Shoji Screen with Toshio Odate, July 20-21; Marquetry with Andrew Millican, Aug. 2-5; Making a Dovetailed Box with David Finck, Aug. 9-13; Cedar/Canvas Canoe Building with Horace Strong, Aug. 16-20; Making an Accoustic Guitar with Dick Boak, Aug. 23-30. Peters Valley Craft Center, Layton, 07851. (201) 948-5200. Juried fair- 21st annual Peters Valley Craft Fair, July 27-28. Contact Peters Valley Craft Center, Layton, 07851. (201) 948-5200. NEW ern New Mexico Community College, El Rito, 87520. (505) 581-4501. MEXI Clas CO: Clas NEW YORK: Workshops-Tablesaw Techniques, June 22; Gilding, June 22; Stenciling with Bronze Powders, June 29. Crafts Students League, 610 Lexington Ave. at 53rd St., New York City, 10022. (212) 735-9731. Juried show-Chautauqua Crafts Festival '91, July 5-7, Aug. 9-1 1. Bestor Plaza, Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua. For info, contact Chautauqua Crafts Festival, 89, Mayville, 14757. Workshops-Japanese Hand Tools with Robert Meadow. July 13-14, Aug. 3-4. Learn use, sharpening techniques, joinery, furnituremaking. All levels. The Luthierie, 2449 W. Saugerties Rd., Saugerties, 12477. (914) 246-5207. Juried show-17th annual Fall Festival PO Show, Oct. 12-13. Deadline: July 20. For info, contact Fall Festival Art Committee, PO Box 808, Ellicottville, 14731. (716) 938-6794. Arts ed festival- 1 5th annual American Crafts Festival, June 29-30, July 6-7. Lincoln Center, tact American Concern for Artistry & Craftsmanship, PO Box 650, Montclair, NJ 07042. (201) 746-0091. Exhibit-Recent work by Tommy Simpson, Mitch Ryerson, Polly Cassel, Jay Stanger and Peter Dean, NYc. Leo Kaplan Modern Gallery, 969 Madison Ave., New York City, 10021. (212) 535-2407. Show-14th annual ew York Renaissance Festival, July 27-Sept. 15. Sterling Forest, Tuxedo. Weekends only. For info, contact Creative Faires Ltd., PO Box 1688, Westhampton Beach, 11978. (516) 288-2004. Fair thru 96 Fine Woodworking -New York International Gift Fair, Aug. 11-15. Jacob Javits Convention Center, New York City. Includes Accent on Design and American & International Crafts. For info, contact George Little Management, 2 Park Ave., Suite July 26. For info, conses-Various beginning and advanced woodworking classes, including woodturning, wood flflishing, router techniques, marquetry, tool sharpening, furniture repair and more. Constantine, 2050 Eastchester Rd., Bronx, 10461. (212) 792- 1600. Exhibition-Explorations II: The New Furniture, Aug. 4. American Craft Museum, 40 W. 53rd St., New York City, 10019. (212) 956-3535. Workshops-Building a Herreshoff Pram with Bill Smithers, July 6-13. The Antique Boat Museum, 750 Mary St., Clayton, 13624. (315) 686-4104. Juri thru Box OHI O: Workshops-Wood turning/Carved Bowls with & Crafts Al Stirt, July 8-12; Building Kitchen Cabinets with a Router with David Hout, July 8-12; Making an Appalachian Dulcimore with Nick Engler, July 8-12; WoodturningIHollow Form Vessels with David Ellsworth, July 15-19; Sack-Back Windsor with Boyd Hutchison and Kevin Malong, July 15-19; Turning for Windsor Chair Makers with Boyd Hutchison, July 20-21; Continuous-Arm Windsor with Michael Dunbar, July 22-26; General Woodturning Techniques with Alan Lacer, July 22-26; Shaker Box Making with John Wilson, July 29-Aug. 2; Hand Tool Joinery with Ernie Conover, July 29-Aug. 2; General Woodturning Techniques with Palmer Sharpless, July 29-Aug. 2. Conover Workshops, 18125 Madison Rd., Parkman, 44080. (216) 548-3491. O Woodcarvers Association show, July 12-14. Kensington Galleria Shopping Mall, 71st St. and S. Lewis, Tulsa. Judging in more than 25 categories. For information, contact Tom Hamilton, 701 W. Kiowa, Cleveland, 74020. (918) 358-2685. KLAH OREGON: Competition-Table Lamp furniture design competition, thru June 22. Sponsored by the American Institute of Architects, Institute of Business Designers and Oregon School of Lynne Leigh Paul, PO Box 69352, Portland, 97201. (503) 246-7314. Workshops-Traditional Japanese Woodworking with Makoto Imai, June 24-28; English and French Wood Finishing Techniques with Bruce Luckhurst, July 15-19. Oregon School of Arts and Crafts, 8245 S.W. Barnes Rd., Portland, 97225. (503) 297-5544. Exhibition-Wooden Boats on Exhibit, July 27-28. River Forum, 4380 S.W. Macadam Ave., Portland. For info, Arts + and Crafts. Contact Chair 1991 OMA : Show-15th annual Eastern Oklahoma ses-Woodworking classes. Northg stiCks, s-Woodcarving class with Chris Effrem, Aug. 19-23. PO NEW H tion in Furniture and Wood, AMP IRE SH Wood Carving School, 3056 Excelsior Blvd., Minneapolis, 55416. (612) 927-7491. : Juried show-The Shaker TradiSept. 2. Canterbury Shaker Village in association with the Guild of New Hampshire Woodworkers. For info, contact John Skewes, Guild of New Hampshire Woodworkers, 132 Drinkwater Rd., Kensington, 03833. (603) 778-7360; or call Scott Swank, Canterbury Shaker Village at (603) 783-9511. ses-Classes in fine arts and studio arts. Manchester thru Box 37051, Minneapolis, 55431. Oars, July 17-24. 500 E. Broadway Highway, Charlotte, 48813. For info, call (517) 543-5325. SOTA: Juri ed show-9th annual Upper Mid- 1100, ew York, 10016. (212) 686-6070. Workshops-Boat Restoration with Mike Mahoney and Bill Smithers, Aug. 12-16; Building a Flat-Bottom Lapstrake Skiff with Bill Smithers, Aug. 24-26; Making St. Lawrence Skiff Oars with Bill Smithers, Sept. 14-15; Boat Restoration and Refinishing Techniques with Philip Gillesse, Sept. 21-22. The Antique Boat Museum, 750 Mary St., Clayton, 13624. (315) 686-4104. Meetings- ew York Woodturners Association, first Tuesday of each month. Woodturning techniques and exhibits also. The Craft Student League, ton Ave., New York City. NORTH CARO ing and woodcarving workshops, year-round. Including Woodcarving, Woodturning, Windsor Chair Making, Bowl Turning, more. Contact John Campbell Folk School, Route 1, Box 14A, Brasstown, 28902. (800) 562-2440, (704) 837-2775. Juried shows-Blue Ridge Hearthside Crafts Shows, June 21-23, July 12-14, Aug. 16-18, Oct. 11-13. Also, woodcarving workshop by Tom Wolfe, Sept. 7-8. LIN Blue Ridge Hearthside Craft Center, Highway 105, near entrance to Seven Devils. For info, contact the craft center at Route 1, Box 738, Banner Elk, 28604. (704) 963-5252. Workshop-Woodcarving, June 29-30. Folk Art Center of the Southern Highland Handicraft Guild, Milepost 382, Blue Ridge Parkway, PO Box 9545, Asheville, 28815. Workshops-Advanced Ladderback Chairmaking, June 24-29; 17th-Century Joinery, July 8-13; Making Your Shaving Horse, July 22-26; Green Woodworking with Kids, July 30-Aug. I; Ladderback Chairmaking, Aug. 5-10; Windsor Chairmaking, Aug. 19-24; Country Living, Sept. 2-6. Country Workshops, 90 Mill Creek Rd., Marshall, 28753. (704) 656-2280. Fair All -High Country Mountain Fair, July 9-14. High Coun- try Fairgrounds. For info, contact Fantasma Productions, 2000 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, FL 33401-7714. (407) 832-6397. Fair -44th annual Southern Highland Handicraft Guild Fair, July 18-21. Asheville Civic Center, Asheville. For info, contact the guild at PO Box 9545, Asheville, 28815. (704) 298-7928. ExhibitS-Haywood Community College new members exhibit, thru Aug. 4; Celebrate Folk Art, Sept. 7; annual members' exhibit, Aug. 9-Dec. I. Blue Ridge Pkwy., Asheville. Sponsored by Southern Highland Handicraft Guild. For info, contact the guild at PO Box 9545, Asheville, 28815. (704) 298-7928. July 1-2; Carving with Paul Sasso, July 15-26; Crazies Plus Wood Squared with Jim Fawcett and Trent Whitington, July 29-Aug. 14; Personal Directions in Wood with Leo Doyle, Aug. 19-30; Furniture: Quick & Fun with Douglas Prickett, Sept. 2-6. Penland School, Penland, 28765-0037. (704) 765-2359. Juried show-Heritage Clas Thashers' Reunion. Contact High Country Crafters, 46 Haywood St., Asheville, 28801. (704) 254-2787. Workshops-Wood Marquetry with Claude Edwards, Sept. 21-22. Blue Ridge Hearthside Craft Center, Highway 105, near entrance to Seven Devils. For info, contact the craft center, Route 1, Box 738, Banner Elk, 28604. (704) 963-5252. Meetings-North Carolina Woodturners, second Saturday of every month. Also, wood turning workshops for all levels. For info, contact Eric Hughes, Route 3, PO Box 300, Conover, 28613. (704) 464-5611. Carv Arts ing with Tom Wolfe, Sept. 7-8; & Crafts Show, July 3-7. At All ses-Methods for Furniture with Lauren McDermott, at Folk Art Center, at YWCA, 610 lexingA: Workshops-Many woodwork- PENNSYLVANIA: Workshop-Chemical & Natural Dye Coloring, Color Bleaching and Difficult Stain Removal with Prew Savoy, June 22-23. Olde Mill Cabinet Shoppe, 1660 Camp Betty Washington Rd., York, 17402. (717) 755-8884. July 1-5; Power Carving for Beginners with Werner Tollefsbol, July 1-5; Swiss Style Chip Carving with Wayne Barton, July 8-12; Power Carving/Advanced with Nancy Jones, July 8-12; Woodcarving in the Round with Bob Butler, July 15-19, July 22-26; Bird Carving/Advanced with Wayne Edmondson, July 15-19; ClaylWood with Joe Dampf, July 29-Aug. 9; Bird CarvinglBeginners with Carl Sinkula, Aug. 26-30. Also, woodcarving show and allwood festival, July 13-14. For info on all, contact Cook Forest Sawmill Center for the Arts, PO Box 180, Cooksburg, 16217. (814) 677-3707. Juried festival-25th annual Sidewalk Sale/Central Pe Clas State campus, State College. For info, contact CPFA, PO Box 1023, State College, 16804. (814) 237-3682. Workshop-Traditional Shaker Oval Box Making with John Wilson, July 12-13. Troy. Sponsored by The Wood Store and Oak Hill Veneer. For info, contact Richard Garrison at (717) 297-1 270. Fair nnsy weekends. Contact Jim Rendi, Philadelphia Windsor Chair Shop, PO Box 67, Earlville, 19519. (215) 689-4717. Juried exhibition-The Dining Experience/A Craft Expression, Aug. 10-Sept. 22. Luckenbach Mill Gallery, 459 Old York Rd., Bethlehem, 18018. (215) 691-0603. Exhibition-International Lathe-Turned Objects Challenge -44th State Craft Fair, July 25-28. F Clas shall College, Lancaster. Contact Pennsylvania DesignerCraftsmen, ses-Windsor Chairmaking, all levels, weekly and PO phia. For info, contact Wood Turning Center, PO Box 25706, Philadelphia, 19144. (215) 844-2188. Juried show-Long's Park N, thru 3 I-Sept. 2. Lancaster. Contact Long's Park Arts & Crafts Festival, PO Box 5153, Lancaster, 1760 I. Fair Arts TENNESSEE: Exhibit-Exhibition of faculty mixed media, PO Box 567, Gatlinburg, 37738. (615) 436-5860. Workshops-Woodturning: A Multiple Axis Approach with Stoney Lamar, July 8-12; Woodturning with Philip Moulthrop, July 29-Aug. 2; Woodturning Hollow Vessels with David Ellsworth, Aug. 5-9. Arrowmont School, PO Box 567, Gatlinburg, 37738. (615) 436-5860. Juri ed exhibition-From 14. Entry deadline: July 6. Crafts, Show-Smoky Mountain Sculptures in Wood show, Oct. 5-6. Chilhowee Park, Kerr Building, Golden Gloves Arena. Woodcarving competition with 17 categories. Contact Jack or Carole Williams, 2608 Reagan Rd., Knoxville, 37931. Juried show-5th annual Master Woodworkers show, Oct. 25-27; Candy Factory, Knoxville. Furniture and accessories. For deadline and info, contact Michael Perrin, Route 2, Box 195-A, Blaine, 37709. (615) 933-8436. thru PO TE XA VE shops in woodworking: July 21-27; cabinetry: July 1420; furnituremaking: June 23-29. For information, contact Yestermorrow, PO Box 344, Warren, 05674. (802) 496-5545. RM Seminar-Build Your Own Musical Instrument with Robert Meadow, Aug. 5-18. Putney. For info, contact Andy Robinson, Catalpa House and StudiOS, PO Box 856, Box 567, Gatlinburg, 37738. (615) 436-5860. Arro All Directions, Oct. 17-Dec. wmont School of Arts S: Show-7th annual East Texas Woodcarving show, Sept. 13-14. Longview Mall, Longview. For info, contact W.A Chronister, PO Box 244, Gladewater, 75647. (903) 845-4334. Show-7th annual Woodcarving show and sale, Oct. 1819. Ridgmar Mall, Ft. Worth. Sponsored by Ft. Worth Woodcarvers. For information and an application, contact Dan Minge., 1805 Thomas Place, Ft. Worth, 76107. (817) 731-9565. ONT: Workshops-One- and rwo-week workAug. 9. Arro and -Pocono State Craft Festival, Aug. 24-25. Sun Moun- tain Resort. For information, contact Pennsylvania DeSigner-Craftsmen, PO Box 718, Richboro, 18954. (215) 860-0731. Show and competition-8th annual William Rush Woodcarving and Wildlife Art Show & Sale, ov. 2-3. Penn State Delaware County campus, Lima. For deadline and info, contact Bob Young, 736 Oak Way, Havertown, 19083. (215) 446-8945. Workshops-Woodturning workshops for all ages and skill levels. Including applications of tool design, principles of sharpening, finishing, more. Call for dates. David Ellsworth School of Wood turning, Fox Creek, 1378 Cobbler Rd., Quarkertown, 18951. (215) 536-5298. wmont School of Arts and Crafts, & Crafts Festival, Aug. rank멧 Box 718, Richboro, 18954. (215) 860-0731. Aug. II. Port of History Museum, Philadellvania Festival of the Arts, in & MarJuly 11-14. On the Penn ses-Woodcarving/Clay Sculpture with Joe Dampf, call Dave Swan at (503) 640-5671. Show-Furniture show, Aug. 10-31. Including work of Dennis Elliott. Maveety Gallery, PO Box 148, Gleneden Bt;ach, 97388. (503) 764-2318. Show-Cat theme multimedia show, Aug. 100Sept. 15. Including wood turning. Made in Jefferson Gallery, 3259 Jefferson Scio Dr., Jefferson, 97352. (503) 327-2543. Mee tin gs-Guild of Oregon Woodworkers, third Friday of every month. For location, contact tlle Guild at PO Box 1866, Portland, 97207. (503) 293-571 1.
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