In past years, Inside Passage has had two shows per year. One in either December or January and one in May at the end of the year. With the amount of teaching that goes on first semester, the first show has always been one which looms over our heads as Craftsman Program students try to complete their exercises so they can move onto their first project.
Months ago, Robert made a suggestion to the class, "Let's make it an Open House." The idea caught on, and this Saturday we will be hosting an Open House at Inside Passage School of Fine Woodworking. Each student's bench will be adorned with their work to date. Visitors will get to see some Wabi-Sabi cabinets, some hand made tools, some first projects that are days away from complete, as well as some completed furniture for both viewing pleasure and for sale.
We invite you all to attend, but for those that cannot, we will be posting a blog entry so you can catch a glimpse of the fine work our class and teachers are doing.
Michal Opalski should get most the credit for the below invite. While the picture is of Barb's current project (using sycamore marquetry on a boxwood cabinet). Michal took quite a bit of time out of his project to put this idea on paper for us. Thanks Michal.