(Tentatively) June 8th, 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Soap, clay, linoleum, gourds, leather, high density urethane, and to some extent stone, don't have grain. All can be carved and all have their place. Soap is an ideal material for teaching children and others because the material is soft so tools don't have to be sharp. Janet wrote the book on working with soap and you will find this a fascinating topic, whether to help beginners carve safely, or to explore a new material for your own work.
Please register so we can send you the Zoom link and follow-up after the meeting. For questions contact Larry Wade.
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Address: Oregon Carvers Guild, 3110 NW Linmere Dr, Portland, Oregon 97229Email: firstname.lastname@example.org