SPW HISTORY of PROGRAMS 2013 through 2015:

 

2016:

 

 

2015:

January 20: Tim Rhinehart – Pepper Mill

February 7:     Street Turning Workshop - Various

February 17: ?

February 28:    Weekend Workshop – Frank Bowers

March 1: Poor Man’s Hollowing, Log to Bowl, Cube

March 17: Mark Sillay – Toothpick Technology, Multi-     Axis Turning

April 21: Basket Illusion Platter – Harvey Meyer

May 19: Mini-Symposium

1) Barry Russell – Carving and Texturing

2) John Morris – Segmented Turning

3) Fred Connell – Metal Spinning

4) Vern Cockayne – Piercing

5) Jerry Measimer – Using a Skew

May 23: Saturday Workshop – Nick Cook

June 18: Turning a Kaleidoscope - Jim Duxberry

August 18: Treenware Demonstration – Lan Brady

August 29: Workshop with Warren Carpenter

September 15: Turning a Platter – Bob Moffett

October 20: History and Construction of a Pole Lathe – Steve Martin

October 23: Working with Dyes and Segmented Turning

October 24:

November 17: Mini-Symposium – Demonstrations at Various Stations

 

 

 

SPW HISTORY of PROGRAMS (continued)

 

2014:

January: Kathy and Walt Hazelrigg – Carving

February: Jack Reyonne

March: John Lucas

April: Roland Hege

May: John Walsh

June: Don Leydens

August 14: Michael Thompson – Spalted Wood

September 16: SPW Members – Basics of Turning

  1) Spindle Turning - Steve Martin

  2) Bowl Turning - Bruce Lacy

  3) Sharpening - Ed Pfau

  4) Skew chisel - Jack Reyome

  5) Embellishments - Tim Rinehart

October 21: Homemade jigs and tools - Jack Reyome

October 25: Workshop with Mark Sillay - Turning Basics including spindle techniques with bowl, end

grain, CA finishing techniques

   http://www.marksillay.com/

November: Jerry Measimer – Turning a Hat

 

2013:

January: Morris Schlesinger

February: Doc Green

March: Lan Brady

April: Mark Gardener

May: Bob Verne

May Workshop: Aveleeno

June: Mark St. Leger

August: Jay Daniels

September: Charles Farrar

October: Frank Penta

November: Alan Leland

 

 

 

The Southern Piedmont Woodturners, Inc. is supported in part by a grant from

the Grassroots Arts Program of the North Carolina Arts Council, a state agency, and the

Cabarrus Arts Council.