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UPCOMING  EVENTS

REGULAR MEETINGS

MON., MARCH 13, 2023, 7 pm

OUR MARCH MEETING

The main event. Details to come.

Plus. A show-and-tell of your recent work; let's see what you've been making. And, of course, we'll have another 50-50 raffle; will  ian Savage win three times in a row?

Where and when. At the Turning Center at the Brookfield Craft Center. We'll open the door at 6 pm for a meet-and-greet. The meeting will get underway at 7.

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Do you have an idea for a demo? Would you like to present a demo at a future club meeting? Let us know—we're happy to have new ideas. Email your suggestion to: nutmegwoodturners@gmail.com

SPECIAL MEETINGS

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SAT., FEB. 18, 2 PM Eastern

TURNING AND COLORING

A WIDE-RIM BOWL,

WITH STEWART FURINi

The demo will cover work-holding methods, chucking, pull-cutting with the bowl gouge, and creating a pleasing ogee shape and foot design. Furini will also cover things to consider when shaping the rim before any texturing and coloring is done. A selection of coloring techniques--some requiring no special equipment-- will be shown before the inside of the bowl is turned and finished.

Cost: $10 for AAW members; $15 for everyone else. Click here to register.

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WED., FEB. 22, 7PM

SILVER INLAY ON TURNINGS,

WITH SCOTT GROVE

This is another remote demonstration presented in conjunction with the .Hudson Valley Woodturners.

Grove is a Rochester-based artist, turner, and furniture maker. For more than thirty years he has developed unconventional methods in his approach; Grove’s large variety of work is known for layers of artistic expression. His pieces are often a combination of uniquely carved textures, radiant veneers and finishes, and found objects.

Cost: Free to Nutmeg members who have paid their 2023 dues. Look for full details about this event in your email.

FEATURING MEMBERS

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SAT., JAN. 28

SIMPLE SEGMENTED TURNING,
WITH DAVID HEIM

This is a two-day workshop in which students make at least one piece from two contrasting woods glued together and shaped. Students will fine-tune the shape of the wood pieces and glue them together to form the turning blank then mount the blank on the lathe and shape the outside of the vase. Various tools will be used to hollow the inside. Once students have finished hollowing and sanding the vase, they will apply a finish to complete the project.

Where: Brookfield Craft Center, 286 Whisconier Road, Brookfield.

Cost: $301. Click here to register.

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