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Make an Arts & Crafts Style Sideboard with Kevin Rodel

Kevin_Rodel_glasgow_SideboardThe project for this exciting new class features a contemporary Arts & Crafts style cabinet designed by noted Maine furniture maker, Kevin Rodel and modeled after one featured on his web site.  This class makes use of extensive mortise and tenon and floating panel joinery as well as some dovetail work. Door construction and, very critical, the proper fitting of doors to a case opening will be covered extensively. The construction also involves using a technique that Kevin has developed over the years for properly fixing the interior case bottom into any case which is designed with a frame and panel construction method. The sideboard will be 33” wide,19” deep and 44” high and students will have the option of building it in cherry or white-oak. Some of the details of the project can be adjusted to fit your own taste. In this intensive week-long class we anticipate students completing all the major elements of the cabinet with the possible exception of finishing and final hardware installation. Kevin Rodel makes his interpretation of Arts & Crafts furniture in his shop in Brunswick, Maine. He is also the author of “Arts & Crafts Furniture- From Classic to Contemporary”.  More of  his work can be seen on his website at  http://www.kevinrodel.com/

Don’t miss this opportunity to make a great piece of furniture for you home. Tuition: $795.00 plus materials

 Section 071612A: Monday - Saturday, July 16 - 21, 9:00am - 5:00pm

(Sideboard we make in class will be very similar to the one pictured here)

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11/2/2015

Bob,

All I can say is WOW!  Mike Mascelli is absolutely terrific!  

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5/25/2016

Bob,

I took the weekend woodturning class this weekend with Cory Anderson and just wanted to let you know how fabulous I thought he was.

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