Wood Carving – Low Relief Carving

  • 05/15/2018
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • 05/17/2018
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Learn the basics of low relief wood carving!

Tuesday, May 15, 2018 

10:00 a.m.  – Noon

AND

Thursday, May 17, 2018 

10:00 a.m.  – Noon

Adults

Cost:  $70 per person (includes both sessions)

Scroll down for Required Tool Supply List 

Beginners welcome!

New methods for experienced carvers!

DEADLINE for Class registration/payment:  May 8

No refunds will be given for classes after the registration deadline.

Parking is available behind the LOLA Center for the Arts Building.

One of the oldest types of art, woodcarving is an art-form common to all cultures, from the stone-age onwards.   Relief carving is a type of wood carving in which figures are carved in a flat panel of wood.  The figures project only slightly from the background, rather than standing freely.   As wood is removed from the panel, around the objects traced onto it from the pattern, the objects themselves stand up from the background wood.

Carver, John Modjewski of Eagle River will teach this class for those interested in wood carving and provide wood to be used in class and project ideas.

STUDENT SUPPLY LIST:  Protective Glove – fish fillet style glove   

Carving Tools Needed: (numbers from Hummul Carving)

OCC G313 ¾” with #3 Handle carving tool

Flex Cut   ¼” 70 degree V Gouge  FR 307

Flex Cut 1/8” #11 Gouge FR 309

Flex Cut Carving Knife #KN-12

Tools can be ordered from:  hummul.com 

Hummul Carving, Beloit, WI  

1-800-762-0235

Questions regarding tools, please call John Modjewski at:  715-479-0693                                   

John Modjewski, has been carving for well over 40 years.  What began as a hobby has lasted a lifetime, starting with replicating a favorite crucifix belonging to his mother.  John is president of the Northwoods Carvers, a carving group that meets regularly in Eagle River.  John’s love of carving has led to teaching others and sharing his talents.  He has been an instructor at the Rhinelander School of the Arts, teaches carving workshops hosted by his carving associations and, as an active Boy Scout leader, has taught many boys the art of carving.

Venue:  

Venue Phone: (715) 547-3950

Venue Website:

Address:
4262 County Rd B, Land O Lakes, Wisconsin, 54540, United States