2022/05/12 - Beyond Round: The Lost Wood Process with Art Liestman
Bob Edmiston | Published on 3/4/2022
Beyond Round - The Lost Wood Process with Art Liestman
- Thursday May 12th
- Zoom call opens a 6:15 for socializing
- Meeting begins at 6:45 PM
- Demonstration begins at 7 PM
Do you have a bunch of slab shaped cut offs kicking around your shop that are too good to throw away? Are you looking for a project where you could actually use them instead of collecting them?
Join Art Liestman to see how he uses these lost pieces of wood to create beautiful turnings that captivate the eye and the imagination. Art will walk us through how he selects the wood, joins it, turns it, delaminates it and reassembles the pieces to create one of a kind oval box.
More details can be found in the American Woodturner article "Beyond Round: The Lost Wood Process" (August 2012) by clicking here.
The demonstration will explore:
●disassembly and reassembly of the layers
We hope you will join us Thursday evening May 12th for this informative demonstration of this unique technique.
About our Demonstrator:
Art Liestman is a wood artist living in Coquitlam, British Columbia. His work has been seen in numerous exhibitions and galleries across North America and has demonstrated at many national and regional symposia, as well as for dozens of local woodturning clubs.
Art has taught week-long courses at the John C. Campbell Folk School, the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, and Ecole Escoulen, as well as numerous single day classes for local clubs.
For more on Art visit his web site and Instagram pages.
Website: click here
Instagram: click here