Friday, February 10, 2017


Sometimes the products made in wood shop are not completed until the children have had time to apply color. These airplanes, having been made in wood shop and carried back to class for application of color are ready to fly to the heights of imagination, just as my own have been carried aloft, by the opportunity to make useful and beautiful things from wood.

Yesterday I visited the Grizzly tools headquarters to get my hands on some of the types of equipment I'll be ordering for the new wood shop at the Eureka Springs School of the Arts.

I also talked to a tools production specialist at Woodcraft about manufacture of my dovetail marking jig, and took the first very tiny steps toward founding the Museum of Eureka Springs Art.

Today I will have my high school students in the wood shop.

Make, fix, create, and increase the likelihood that others learn likewise.

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