Workshop Tuition of $160 includes instruction, chisel stock, tools for use, lunch each day, and tax.
Students are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. In order to reserve a space
pay your tuition of $160 online or by check payable to SOUTHWEST STONEWORKS.
PO Box 248, Dixon, NM 87527
* Applicants are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
* If a pre-registered applicant has a change of plans, a refund, subject to a $35
cancellation fee, will be made if the applicant's position can be filled from the waiting list.
* In order to qualify for a refund, applicant must provide notification
of cancellation at least seven days prior to the workshop start date.
* In the event of the cancellation of the workshop due to unforeseen circumstances,
all payments will be refunded in full. We assume no responsibility for travel costs.
TOOL MAKING WITH PETRO HUL REGISTRATION
This class is full. Proceed only if you wish to get on the waiting list (full payment required)
TOOL MAKING WITH PETRO HUL
November 23 and 24, 2019 (Saturday and Sunday)
9am to 4pm
Instructor: Petro Hul
In this two-day workshop participants will learn the basics of forging/forming steel and hardening/tempering to create stone-carving chisels. Participants will make and keep 1-2 chisels.
Included in tuition - instruction, chisel stock, tools for use, lunch, and tax
Please bring: safety glasses, leather gloves, work shoes, hearing protection, cotton/leather jacket
Limited to 10 participants.
About the Instructor:
Petro Hul has been working with stone for over thirty years, as both a sculptor and a stonemason, becoming well versed in the use of traditional tools and techniques as well as more contemporary approaches with saws, grinders and diamond tools. He has been teaching workshops and classes for about fifteen years, however he continues to see himself as a student of stone and is continually trying to improve his craft. In addition to his experience with stone, Petro has worked as a foundryman for fifteen years, he ran the sculpture department at Rutgers University for five years, and he was a staff sculptor at the Digital Stone Project. In his sculpture, Petro melds his passion for stone with his love of canyon country and the natural world. His latest sculptures reflect his interpretations of the geology of the southwest and the canyons of the greater Four Corners area. Petro lives in Santa Fe, NM, with his wife Betsy Bowen and, when he is not in his studio, he can often be found hiking and exploring the canyons surrounding him.
To reserve your space, please register below.
For information, please call Mark Saxe 575.770.4368 or email us
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