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Acanthus Woodcarving—Intermediate to Advanced

June 11-15, 2018 with Steve Speltz

Level of Instruction
Intermediate to advanced with some experience in acanthus carving.
Tuition
  • $335.00 Members
  • $385.00 Non-members

This class will emphasize the need to draw out your projects in an effort to develop the skill of drawing. You will learn how to cut out your projects, how to carve and back cut, and how best to finish them. You may bring your own projects, or Steve will present more advanced ones. Those just finishing the beginning and intermediate acanthus carving class are welcome. Materials fees for the projects will range from $10-$100, depending on the difficulty and size.

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About the Instructor

Steve Speltz
Steve Speltz carving a kubbestol.

Steve Speltz is owner and operator of Custom Hardwoods, where he’s been designing and building cabinets and furniture since 1984. His motivation to carve came from a desire to make some of his furniture look better and he’s been carving for more than 25 years. His training includes classes with instructors at Vesterheim and with Philip Odden and Else Bigton, plus “just plain life experiences.” After six years of competing he received a Vesterheim Gold Medal. To date, Steve has roughed out six chairs. Steve says, “Chairs are furniture too, but a chair from a log, wow, what a challenge! I learned to carve a kubbestol through trial and error and hope with this class you can eliminate some of the error and retain all of the trial.”