I am 73 years old and have run a metalworking business for 50 years. One of my early craft mentors was a man in Mineral Point- Harry Nohr. The Nohr home was a salon for young local artists, with many of us being put to work helping Harry prepare his bowl blanks. After Harry died in 1976, I inherited some of his wood. It sat in my shop for 40 years. As I moved towards retirement I began to turn bowls using this material. Now I am cutting wood from a 40 acre timber property we own, drying and processing it into utilitarian and also artistic objects.
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DEMONSTRATION: I will be demonstrating . . .
STUDIO ACCESS: After a short walk between perennial flower gardens, and across a mowed lawn which slants gently upward, there are three steps up into the Hen House Studio/Gallery. The space within is very well lit, but it has a slightly uneven floor. Refreshments will be served.
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