Spoon Carving workshops
*Workshop Schedule will be posted January 2019*
Jason is a self-taught spoon maker and a seasoned woodworker who lives in Brunswick, Maine. He has spent several years perfecting his skills in spoon making and woodcarving. He has been featured on Channel 8 WMTW "Made in Maine" and he's work has appeared in America's Test Kitchen "ATK Handmade". His work has been commissioned by Gelato Fiasco of Brunswick, Maine and The Wild Blueberry Association. He currently runs a full-production shop and has expanded his offerings to include custom fine furniture. He has turned bowls, from the rustic, to the modern, and his kitchen utensils have been on display in galleries around the world with much of his work being offered for sale at many retail locations across the United States. His unique style of spoons captures your imagination and makes the ordinary kitchen utensil into beautiful functional art.
Workshops are geared towards hands-on learning and how to implement design ideas, exploring carving techniques, and improving your overall hand skills.
The workshop atmosphere is layback with part demonstration with time to practice instruction. A majority of the time is focused on hands-on learning in the sloyd tradition. You'll be instructed on carving techniques and be mentored through the process. Class sizes are small to maximize learning. A written workbook is provided for you to take home to remember the finder points of the class.
Because this is a workshop using hand-tools, it is recommended that you have good hand, wrist, and forearm strength to complete the project. I do require that you are at least 18-years of age to participate. You'll leave the workshop with a partially finished utensil, and the knowledge and confidence to improve your overall woodworking skills for the future.
**Sign-up by selecting the class you would like to take then select the date from the drop down menu, then purchase your seat to the class**
Register early because classes do fill up fast!
Please print, read, understand, sign, and bring with you the class Waiver & Release Form below.