Beautiful wooden frames for artwork can be hard to come by. In this two part class, you'll make your own 8" x 8" picture frame in walnut, white oak, or ash.  You will be shown how to use a table saw, router, and hand tools, as well as being being taught a variety of safety tips along the way.  We'll use wooden splines to strengthen the corners and apply a danish oil finish. Our wood is harvested in North America and comes to us from local furniture studios.

All materials included, including glass, wire, and hooks to hang the finished frame.

No previous woodworking experience necessary.

$120 (for both sessions)

Class size limited to 10 students.


*Please note: all workshops are non-refundable.  Please make sure the date works with your schedule.*


About the teachers:

Julia Campbell-Such came to woodworking from history and religious studies.  She’s interested in restoration and traditional approaches to craftsmanship.  She recently worked with the Brothers Dressler and is currently studying Chemistry towards a degree in Furniture and Object Conservation.

Carey Jernigan is an installation artist and assistant furniture maker with Heidi Earnshaw Design.  She’s interested in old infrastructure and architecture.  Recent projects include Ghost Barn, a collaborative sculpture with John Haney, and Just Call Me Jack, an informal art space in residential Toronto.  (www.careyjernigan.com)

The two met in a co-operative woodshop on Sterling Road and recently completed their first collaboration, a replica of a gear pattern from the late 1880s:  http://peelav.tumblr.com/