Carving the Camellia Flower: An Introduction to Low-Relief Carving *NEW*

Join us for a quiet time carefully slicing wood with sharp tools in this introduction to low-relief carving. Low-relief carving is an excellent place to begin your carving journey. It is a decorative carving that is done in definable layers, creating a shallow and delicate look on the carving surface. We will carve the camellia flower, an exquisite and shapely flower with many layers of petals, to create a decorative work of art. There is a $15 materials fee payable to the instructor during class. Instructor: Dan Paret.

Sections

WKCF-WI20.01

Start Date

February 22, 2020

Time

10:00am

Location

CCAE

Cost

$70.00

Availability

0

Saturday, 10am-3pm. February 22.

There is a $15 materials fee payable to the instructor during class.

Instructors: Dan Paret

Instructor

Dan Paret

Dan has been working wood for nearly thirty years, professionally as a home renovation contractor, avocationally as a maker of cabinets and boxes, and finally as a professional woodworker making both custom and speculative cabinets and boxes. Since 2002, he has been doing all of his woodworking with hand tools. In his classes he attempts to create an environment that is both challenging and supportive, with equal measures of seriousness and levity.

Website: planesimplebox.com