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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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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