• Workshop: Creating with Corrugated Cardboard: Turn, Cut, Carve, Fill, Illuminate

    Marc Adams School of Woodworking, June 26-30, 2023

    We'll go over:
    Selection and preparation of corrugated material for your designs
    Design surface texture and pattern through cardboard orientation
    Proper glue-up and clamping methods
    Safe machining practices
    How to turn corrugated cardboard on a woodturning lathe
    Cutting, shaping, and sanding methods
    Using paint, fillers, and finishes with cardboard
    Wiring and lighting corrugated cardboard lamps

    For more information: https://www.marcadams.com/workshop/corrugated-cardboard-turn-illuminate-schneider/

  • Workshop: Table Talk

    Anderson Ranch Arts Center, July 17 - 21, 2023

    A table is a piece of furniture with a flat functional surface and one or more legs—the rest of the design is up to the imagination. In this introductory woodworking workshop, we explore a variety of solid wood table designs, both traditional and contemporary, through model-making and presentations. Starting with rough lumber, students learn the best and safest techniques and materials to construct and finish a table of their own design.

    For more information: https://www.andersonranch.org/workshops/workshop/table-talk-w0707-23/

  • Workshop: Bandsawing Nested Vessels

    Marc Adams School of Woodworking, July 29-30, 2023

    We'll go over:
    Selection and preparation of kiln-dried wood for your project
    Design curves that work well for nesting vessels
    Proper set up of a bandsaw for cutting curves
    Using spray adhesive for templates and jigs
    Safe machining practices (bandsaw, jointer, planer, sander)
    Proper glue-up and clamping methods
    Cutting, shaping, carving, and sanding methods
    Using paint and finishes

    For more information: https://www.marcadams.com/workshop/bandsawing-nested-vessels-schneider/

  • SLIDESHOW, Cardboard Becomes Electric

    Slideshow from my 2015 spring Residency at SUNY Purchase College. Special thanks to Jon Binzen for putting it together.