Personal Exploration of Vessels and Surfaces

June 3, 2018 – June 9, 2018

Trent Bosch

The goal of this workshop is for students to master the turning process of the hollow form using good technique and technology to make it easier, better and faster than ever before. The hollow form, or vessel, is a wonderful object to use as a canvas for multiple types of decorative possibilities, from coloring to carving, to sandblasting, the possibilities are endless. After you create that object, you will decide how to take it to the next level and be encouraged to design objects that are meaningful to you. Recent experience is recommended, as this is a fast-paced class and students will explore advanced concepts.


Trent Bosch has been woodturning professionally for 25 years and earned his BFA from Colorado State University. His work is displayed in numerous fine art galleries, the permanent collections of museums and craft centers and in many private collections worldwide. Bosch has taught and demonstrated his techniques for turning and sculpting wood throughout the U.S. and abroad.

Trent Bosch

In order to complete your registration, a $300 deposit is required.

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