Going to the THING? Be sure to visit the Port Townsend School of Woodworking booth on the parade grounds.Read More
This beautiful result of refining his wood turning skills.Read More
Sculptural Boxes personally inspired by; bentwood boxes, Kevin’s “timely, precise and practical guidance”, and a loved one’s smile.Read More
Wood Turning classes, Summer and Fall at the Port Townsend School of WoodworkingRead More
Mask of Raven. Light, sun and stars.Read More
Hopefully one day I’ll be a local crafts-person stopping in to see what the furniture students are up to.
Philip Shelton, Winter Furniture Making Intensive 2019
With time available at the end of the twelve-week Foundations of Woodworking course, Corey White explored wood turning and made this mallet.Read More
Classes: we offer five in chair making and a first for the school, The Hayrake Table.Read More
The goal: setting myself up for a lasting career (in woodworking) that ends up being my ultimate masterpiece. Stay tuned!Read More
Five Windsor chairs each with a purpose in mind, Furniture Intensive, winter 2019!Read More
I believe woodworking will always have a stable ground in my life and I look forward to the endless rabbet holes within the craft that I may find myself exploring.Read More
Without hand tools and “shop-less” - I lived this way for a few years until I decided I needed to re-enable my passion (in woodworking).Read More
A gift symbolizing three countries that their friend has ties to,
Maple wood for Canada
Local Walnut for the U.S.
and the stencil of a bird, the New Zealand Fantail
Jay Haavik’s Viking Era Carvings at the Nordic Museum, Seattle, WARead More
Steve Brown, carver and teacher, built this beautiful canoe.Read More
A week-long class working with hand tools was the inspiration for Theresa’s poem.Read More
The inevitable encounter with the acanthus leaf...Read More
NW Carving Tools with Steve Brown - April 9-13th.
photos by Virgil Aurand
From Truth to Tools by Jim Tolpin
The Hidden Hexon - "we think it's time to share the answer with everyone."