Hosted by: Peters Valley School of Craft
August 24-28, 2018
19 Kuhn Road, Layton NJ 07851

Segmented Patterns: Unlocking the Process

Curt Theobald

August 24-28

There is more to segmented work than just gluing pieces of wood together into a pattern. In actual practice, it’s a design adventure. This workshop is for turners who want to better understand how to make segmented patterns. You will explore design concepts, learn construction tips and build patterns. During class, you will also improve your knowledge of how a segmented pattern is created and have a better understanding of the properties of wood, design and techniques necessary for precise joinery. Intermediate to Advanced

Curt Theobald is a full-time studio woodturner who is based in Pine Bluffs, Wyoming. He has lectured on segmented turning across Europe, New Zealand, and throughout North America. His work resides in public and private collections worldwide, including the American Association of Woodturners, Ivinson Memorial Hospital, the Honolulu Museum of Art, the Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum of Myrtle Beach and The Peabody Essex Museum.

Tuition: $605

Studio/Materials Fee: $100

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