You've created a great project but it needs something. What? Attend this Saturday demonstration on embellishing with Paul Petrie to learn some new techniques! It doesn't matter if you turn, carve, scroll, or create projects like boxes, tables or other items. Paul will have tips for carving, burning, piercing, and painting! This is the demonstration to attend in 2019!
Paul Petrie comes to Central New York to educate our members on ways to embellish your projects
Paul has been a professional carpenter and woodworker for 30 years. His turning began with spindles for job sites, yet the fascination of vessels and the after lathe work to embellish his turning has brought him to where he is today. His work has appeared in the American Woodturner, Fine Woodworking, Woodturning UK, and a cover and article. More information about Paul can be seen on his website - www.woodchuckwoodturning.com.
DEMONSTRATION - Saturday, September 14 from 9am to 3pm The demonstration will be held in the large classroom at the Camillus Middle School which is located at 5525 Ike Dixon Road, Camillus. Directions here. The cost for the Saturday Demonstration is $25
WORKSHOP - Sunday, September 15 from 9am to 3pm At the Sunday workshop, Paul will work with up to 10 people to apply embellishments to projects. This will be held at the club's workshop location, the Eight Acres Event Center, near the Baldwinsville YMCA [directions available by emailing email@example.com. Attendees are asked to bring a bowl, vessel, or other project that you wish to embellish or create one at the workshop. Tools will be available to try the techniques demonstrated by Paul on Saturday. You should also bring your own turning tools (if turning) along with any embellishment tools you have like carving tools, your Dremel(s), etc. Paul will have a few available but its best to bring yours. The cost for the Sunday Workshop is $60 (non-members cost is $65)
To register for this event: Send your check made out to Woodworkers of Central New York, Inc. along with your contact information to: Woodworkers of Central New York, Post Office Box 661, Syracuse, NY 13214. Or Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org