Thursday, January 10, 2019

coming attractions.

On Friday I resume classes  at the Clear Spring School. The students are excited that I'll be back.

On Saturday I start a two day class in box making at ESSA. I have 9 students signed up, and have hopes that the possibility of snow does not interfere.

On January 26 the Stateline Woodturners (a chapter of the AAW from Southwest Missouri and Northwest Arkansas) will make "Beads of Courage" boxes in the ESSA wood shop as a service project for children who are facing difficult medical treatment.  If you are interested in learning more about the Stateline Woodturners you can contact them through this link:

I contacted a friend, George Lundeen, internationally known sculptor, to congratulate him on a project he had recently completed, building larger than life sized "stations of the cross." It was a monumental project involving a number of sculptors. We reminisced about our college days, with him recalling that he learned very little from his classes and a whole lot more through his relationships with friends. Is that nearly always the case?

The turned box shown is a "beads of courage" box.

Make, fix and create. Assist others in learning life wise.

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