Sunday, December 15, 2013

Twenty three

“To be creative means to be in love with life. You can be creative only if you love life enough that you want to enhance its beauty, you want to bring a little more music to it, a little more poetry to it, a little more dance to it." Osho

This quote describes perfectly how it feels to be a part of the creative environment here at the CR Fine Woodworking Program.  Everyone here has put their life on hold to pursue their passion of woodworking and in spite of the frustrations with learning new techniques as we strive for perfection, the energy remains positive, supportive, and downright silly at times.  Winter vacation is fast approaching and that's our deadline for finishing our first project.

February 7 is our Winter show and that's when our work will be on display for the public to view.  Here are twenty-three reasons why attendance is a must.

Garrett Grantham

Josh Smith

Jeff Noblet

Dan Cerreta

James Meinders

Chen Lekach

Ben Cooper

Al Martini

Chris Moore

Tim Lundholm

Justin Swent

Doug Mackay

Kari Logwood

Casey Moffitt

Jessica Osserman

Tobyn McCormick

Marc Balentine

Henry Hewitt

Daniel Zenefski

Andy Johnson

Jim Creger

Max Kaplan

Jake Hockel

And, of course, the biggest thanks goes out to our instructors for their patience and willingness to guide us through the highs and lows of everything we do in this wonderful space we've all been calling our home.

David Welter

Rebecca Yaffe, Laura Mays, Thea


Greg Smith

Jim Budlong

 More shop photos.


My Picasso
Max and Al
Cool Max

The boys and their toys.

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