Once back from their two weeks of Echo Lake and Washington,D.C./Maryland experiences, the fellows were ready to get to work. Jay Cox, UArts Wood shop Manager, helped get things rolling by providing wood, tools and any additional machinery advice to help fellows to move forward with their ideas.
Zina Burloiu begins carving.
Zina at her work bench.
Rex Kalehoff begins work on his piece: cutting, glueing, clamping, drawing image on wood.
Clamps clamps clamps.
Adrien Clay model.
Adrien Segal sands her wood form.
Grant Vaughan begins his process of sketching out his calculations onto thin wood.
Julia gets a demo from shop Manager Jay Cox on how to operate the lathe.
Julia chisels her wood shape.