Saturday, March 03, 2018

carvers away...

Yesterday at ESSA I built two small wheeled cabinets for holding supplies, blades, pushsticks, and accessories at our two table saws. I also nearly completed two router tables, so you can see that I had a productive day.

The table saw supply cabinets are shown before the wheels were added. These will be useful, and while they are not finely finished works of art, they push the wood shop a bit further towards being fully functional for our teaching staff. I could not have purchased anything that would serve so well. All the things a teacher will need for each saw will be easy to find. The smaller compartments are for blades.

Today you are invited to join the woodcarver's group. No RSVP is required. Show up. Bring a project. Receive carving tips and encouragement. If you have no tools or wood, show up anyway. We will supply you with what you'll need to get started and woodworkers are know for sharing with each other. Have no skill to share? We can help with that, also. We call it practice.

The hours are 9-noon, and the location is the Wood Studio on the campus of the Eureka Springs School of the Arts, 15751 HWY 62W, Eureka Springs (West of Lake Leatherwood City Park). If you've not visited the ESSA wood shop, I'll give you a personal tour.

Make, fix and create... Encourage others to learn likewise.

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