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Master Classes for Major Learning
Oval Table made by Glenn DeSouza. solid walnut with maple accents. The lower shelf adds a nice touch.
Cabinet made by Donna Cohen. Notice the intricate scroll work
Aztec calendar carved by Steve Rennackar
Baby cradle made by Eric Morris. Walnut. Birds are hand carved.
Cabinet on a Stand
In this advanced class master craftsman, David Fleming will guide you through the process of making this challenging project. Dave is a student of the renowned cabinet maker, James Krenov and the cabinet is designed and made in that style.
The project has two parts, the cabinet, and the stand. The cabinet is made of white ash, the doors are book matched, and the grain for the sides is also matched. The inside boasts two shelves and a hand-cut dovetailed drawer. The doors are set on knife hinges. The pulls for the doors are hand carved and fitted
The stand is made of Mahogany with mortice and tenon joinery
We are delighted to welcome Elizabeth Weber to the Southwest School of Woodworking this Fall. Elizabeth is a master turner with a unique style that includes carving, texturing, custom finishes, and other innovative artistic flourishes. In addition to the Bowl Turning class Elizabeth will be teaching a Spoon making class that will feature hand carving and custom finishing. This will be a fun class for all.