From Simple To Sublime, Inlay Techniques For Woodturners
June 2, 2019 – June 8, 2019
In this workshop students learn about the techniques, materials and processes used to create unique inlaid effects. They include various decorative rims, translucent rims and imagery. Participants will undertake eight different project lessons throughout the class. You will discover the uses of different sealants, paints, dyes, epoxies, glues, fill materials, purfling and insets. Note: The material costs to cover the wide range of items needed for the eight projects and individual experimenting by students is $200.00. Open to all skill levels.
COURSE FEE: $675
Stephen Hatcher is a woodturner and sculptor who incorporates inlay into his artwork. This unique style of artwork has earned him national awards, wide publication in books and magazines, and invitations to teach across the U.S. Hatcher’s work is found in numerous private, corporate and art school collections around the world, and in the National Park Collection. He draws inspiration from the natural beauty and cultural aspects of the Pacific Rim.
In order to complete your registration, a $300 deposit is required.