Duration: Five days
Class Size: Maximum of four or five students (see note on main class page)
Materials: $190 ( includes tax)
January 15th – 19th Full
January 29th – February 2nd Full
When we thing of Greene & Greene – the many details come to mind.
But it’s much more than just the details – it’s the how those details were rendered and used in context.
The original work of the Greene brothers was implemented with subtlety and finesse. An understanding of the nuances behind the details is what makes this iconic style come alive.
In the process of building a small table we will take time to examine the original work of the Greene’s and take a deep dive into the minutiae.
Through slide shows and practical application students will gain a greater understanding of the Brothers Greene and their work. Several of the most commonly used and recognizable of the details will be covered. But more importantly the concepts behind the details will give students the essentials needed for designing and working in the style of Greene and Greene.
Detailed drawings and discussion will also cover making all the jigs and templates that go along with producing the various details.
This class is basically a five-day version of my two day G&G Details class. The difference being, we dive a little deeper into the nuances and in the process build a small table.
Please join us for a fun week of woodworking and Greene & Greene!
Some of the topics included are:
- Blacker brackets
- Breadboard construction
- Exposed ebony spline
- Proud ebony plugs
- Cloud lifts
- Blacker leg indent detail
- Practical design advice on all of the above
- Radius guide (these can be difficult to find, so Darrell will several on hand for student use)
- Small plastic-headed Mallet (3/4″ to 1″ head; Thor or Stanley make good ones)
- 1/4″ dowel points
- Small flush cutting handsaw
- Layout tools: tape measure, combination square, sharp pencil
- Small square (3″ or so)
- Dental pick (not necessary, but might be helpful)
- Small chisels may be handy but not necessary
- Besides bringing a notebook, feel free to bring along a camera to make a visual record of the jigs and setups that you use in class
Open enrollment begins October 23rd (October 20th for prior students)
Contact Darrell to enroll in this class or be put on a waiting list. You may also call Darrell directly at (425) 277-4070 between the hours of 7:00 am and 3:00 pm (Pacific Time).