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In this experiential rustic building workshop, artist and author Daniel Mack teaches the skills and attitudes of working rustic with ordinary hand and power tools.
Discover the traditional mortise and tenon joint and other forms of joinery with natural materials as you work on a variety of woodworking projects, including chairs, benches, tables, and natural form sculpture. Materials include driftwood, maple saplings, birch bark, and slabs of interesting logs.
Experienced woodworkers and those new to woodworking will enjoy the challenges and delights of rustic work. During the workshop, we can expect to finish at least two projects.
Limited enrollment; register early.
$50 materials fee; include when you register.
The Children's Program is generally available during standard workshop hours only. Contact Omega registration at 800.944.1001 for details.
The above schedule is subject to change at the discretion of the faculty.
Artist Daniel Mack has been working with rustic materials for more than 30 years to make furniture, architectural work, garden structures, and small, simple objects. He has written seven books on rustic work and his creations appear in many private and museum collections. danielmack.com