G & G Inspired Coffee Table with William Ng (2/6/12 – 2/10/12)

G & G Inspired Coffee Table with William Ng  (2/6/12 – 2/10/12)

February 6, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

In this class not only will we build this beautiful coffee table inspired by Greene and Greene, Stickley and a little bit of Krenov, but will learn many table construction techniques. Reading wood grain, Mortise & tenon, shaping wood, bread board ends, drawer construction, fitting the drawer, as well as many of the Greene and [...]

Tim Celeski

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Wall Hanging Cabinet w/ Marc Spagnuolo (8/29/11 – 9/2/11)

Wall Hanging Cabinet w/ Marc Spagnuolo (8/29/11 – 9/2/11)

August 29, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

This wall-hanging cabinet is an exercise in classic case construction but on a small scale. The case is held together with dovetails and the frame and panel doors are hung with knife hinges. The shallow drawer also features dovetails and is sized for a perfect fit in the opening. You can adorn the piece with [...]

Brian Miller

Brian Miller

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Brian’s career in wood finishing started in 1975. While attending college at night, he worked during the day at a family owned paint store for about 2 1/2 years. It was there that he learned more about color theory than anywhere else. After graduating from college, Brian decided he liked the paint & wood finishing [...]

Matthew Werner

Matthew Werner

March 28, 2010 by · 3 Comments 

My connections to the natural world are rooted in my childhood, when my family spent summers on the Delaware River, and I was free to roam field and forest. An internship with the Smithsonian during my college years paid me a stipend to walk in the Maryland woods with a notebook and pencil and observe [...]

Paul Schurch

Paul Schurch

March 28, 2010 by · 1 Comment 

Currently I own and operate a small custom woodworking shop specializing in marquetry, and I produce up to 30 pieces of fine furniture per year. For several years I have been teaching furniture making, veneer work and marquetry, and I am dedicated to the task of passing on the knowledge I have received from the [...]

Darrell Peart

Darrell Peart

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Darrell started his woodworking career making and selling small wooden items at Seattleā€™s Pike Place Market. To broaden his experience, he then worked for several years in various high-end custom shops throughout the Puget Sound area. In 1989 he discovered the American Arts & Crafts Movement and in succession was captivated by the works of [...]

Marc Spagnuolo

Marc Spagnuolo

January 25, 2010 by · 5 Comments 

Marc Spagnuolo started woodworking as a hobby while working in biotech. After a few years of making projects for family and friends he realized he needed to follow his true passion: woodworking. To help further his education, he seized an opportunity to work with David Marks, which proved to be instrumental in cementing the shift [...]