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Dale Barnard

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I teach woodworking on a part time basis. As I age it has been my plan to go full time. I have been involved in woodworking all my life and for my peace of mind, after attending Indiana University majoring in Mathematics, I had to choose woodworking rather than teaching math as my career. I am completely satisfied with the choice I made. I learned the carpentry trade from my father, and have built houses from the foundation up, running crews, as well as working in the office – specializing in the interior trim, stairways, & kitchen cabinetry. Then I entered into restoration and period design, always looking for a challenge and more advanced projects. Throughout my career I restored and repaired antiques, which is my “college training in furniture.” Making furniture from scratch was an easy transition and a favorite occupation. After getting a website and marketing on a national scale I began building entire interiors consisting of house doors, cabinets, built-in furniture, chairs and other furniture, mostly in the Arts & Crafts Style and Greene & Greene design. Then I was featured on Modern Masters for HGTV. Soon after this I was asked to teach at a woodworking school that was looking for furniture making instructors. I agreed to do one class to see how it went and I have loved teaching ever since. It is a great joy to pass on to others the hard earned knowledge and tricks of the trade learned from a life time of experience. I am returning to my first career choice of teacher, only in woodworking. I am the son of a Traditional Master Carpenter whose father was a Master Carpenter as well. I have over forty-five years experience. Our woodworking business is on 89 acres of beautiful woods in Southern Indiana. Mary, my wife of 30 years and I run our small business together and enjoy it.

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I teach woodworking on a part time basis. As I age it has been my plan to go full time. I have been involved in woodworking all my life and for my peace of mind, after attending Indiana University majoring in Mathematics, I had to choose woodworking rather than teaching math as my career. I am completely satisfied with the choice I made. I learned the carpentry trade from my father, and have built houses from the foundation up, running crews, as well as working in the office – specializing in the interior trim, stairways, & kitchen cabinetry. Then I entered into restoration and period design, always looking for a challenge and more advanced projects. Throughout my career I restored and repaired antiques, which is my “college training in furniture.” Making furniture from scratch was an easy transition and a favorite occupation. After getting a website and marketing on a national scale I began building entire interiors consisting of house doors, cabinets, built-in furniture, chairs and other furniture, mostly in the Arts & Crafts Style and Greene & Greene design. Then I was featured on Modern Masters for HGTV. Soon after this I was asked to teach at a woodworking school that was looking for furniture making instructors. I agreed to do one class to see how it went and I have loved teaching ever since. It is a great joy to pass on to others the hard earned knowledge and tricks of the trade learned from a life time of experience. I am returning to my first career choice of teacher, only in woodworking. I am the son of a Traditional Master Carpenter whose father was a Master Carpenter as well. I have over forty-five years experience. Our woodworking business is on 89 acres of beautiful woods in Southern Indiana. Mary, my wife of 30 years and I run our small business together and enjoy it.

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