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Marbled Wood Plates 1M22

Age Group: 
Teens (17+), Adults

A woodworking and marbling workshop in-one!  Create a wooden plate on the lathe and then decorate it using Turkish-style marbling techniques.

Start with pieces of tree limbs and trunks, make them round and take off from there. Beginners will learn basic lathe techniques while experienced students advance to the next level at their own pace. Wood will be provided in class; advanced turners may bring their own. Then decorate the bowls, creating beautiful swirls and mottling colors with marbling. Limit 8 students

Wood-turning: Plate-Making will take place on Saturday, July 30th from 1:30 to 6:30 pm, in the Wood Shop

Marbling will take place on Sunday, July 31st from 1:30 pm to 6:30 pm in the Art Room, upstairs

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Cristina Hajosy

Cristina Hajosy

Cristina Hajosy is the owner of Hajosy Arts, her atelier of photography, printmaking, bookmaking, artists books/journals and decorative papers. In addition, she owns and operates Cristina Hajosy Photography, providing wedding, portrait and event photography in New England and New York. Her online stores at Shisofine.com and Ebay.com offer her handmade books, limited edition prints and photographs and other products. She is a prolific artist and artisan and an active art educator, teaching at numerous schools in Greater Boston.

Book & Paper Arts, Photography

Ken Lindgren

Ken Lundgren

Ken Lindgren makes functional and abstract objects from trees that have fallen due to death, disease, storm or construction. A member of the American Association of Woodturners, he has taught wood turning at Fuller Craft Museum, the New England Woodturning Symposium and elsewhere. He sells his turned bowls and other works of wood art throughout New England. He has won sculpture awards at North River Arts Society Festival of the Arts and Bridgton Maine’s Art in the Park. His professional career was as a chemical engineer.

“My pieces are all handcrafted to show the beauty that results when people and nature are in harmony. Teaching is a way for me to ‘pay it backwards,’ to do for students what my teachers did for me when I was a student.”

Wood Turning
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Materials will be provided in class