Tag Archives: learning and classes

Upcoming Class: Introduction to Marquetry, Sept. 15 – 17

After the suc­cess of the pre­vi­ous Intro­duc­tion to Mar­quetry class, I am pleased to announce we are run­ning a sec­ond class in just a few weeks. I will be teach­ing this scroll-saw based mar­quetry class at Nova Labs in Reston (1916 Isaac New­ton Square W, Reston, VA 20190) on Sept 16 and 17th. We will cov­er […]

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Workshop Recap: Introduction to Marquetry

Good morn­ing! It’s Jenn here today, with a recap of the work­shop Dad taught in April on an Intro­duc­tion to Mar­quetry. I was lucky enough to assist him teach­ing the course, so I was there to see all the great work the stu­dents cre­at­ed while try­ing (and fail­ing) to keep us on sched­ule.  All­to­geth­er though I […]

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Modern Woodworking: Using Photoshop for Veneer Patterns

Wood­work­ing today (as evi­denced from this blog) is about more than just craft­ing heir­loom fur­ni­ture!  Main­tain­ing an online pres­ence is essen­tial for help­ing cus­tomers to find you, but this also opens up the pos­si­bil­i­ty of work­ing with clients who are not with­in sim­ple trav­el­ling dis­tance to the shop. To com­mu­ni­cate with your clients dur­ing the design process you need to be able […]

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Course Review: The American School of French Marquetry

This arti­cle orig­i­nal­ly appeared in the newslet­ter for the Wash­ing­ton Woodworker’s Guild, The Wood­en Word. The Amer­i­can School of French Mar­quetry is locat­ed in San Diego, Cal­i­for­nia and offers class­es focus­ing in the tra­di­tion­al French 18th cen­tu­ry mar­quetry tech­nique as well as in the newest meth­ods for con­tem­po­rary designs. All stu­dents at the Amer­i­can School of […]

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