Chip Carving Demonstration & Hands on Activity, Jim ArmishawBracebridge, Ontario
Arts visuels — Entretien et discussion, Activité d’expérimentation
Did I hear you say you wanted to know what chip carving was all about ???
Come visit and I will give you some of the history and applications of the traditional European form of carving. Bring the children along and they can paint a Christmas tree decoration while the discussion is ongoing.
Cette activité est présentée en anglais.
Cet évènement n’est pas accessible aux fauteuils roulants.
Mots clés: Jeunes/Ados, Ébénisterie, Extérieur, Enfants, Dessin, Tous les âges
|ven 28 sep||9h00 à 17h00|
|sam 29 sep||9h00 à 17h00|
|dim 30 sep||9h00 à 16h00|
En cas de pluie :
Directions - From Huntsville take Hwy # 11 South to Stephenson Road # 4. Turn right (West) and follow to first left turn, approx 1/4 mile then turn left. Now on Lone Pine Dr. Follow for approx 7 km and look for 1406 on left. - From Gravenhurst take Hwy # 11 North to High Falls Rd., just North of turnoff to Hwy # 117, turn left. Follow for approx 3 km, to Manitoba St. Turn right and follow for approx 2 km. and turn right onto Lone Pine after crossing railway. Follow for approx. 3 km and look for 1406 on the right.
I was born and raised in Muskoka. Knowing we all need occupational therapy after retirement during several careers in other occupations, I had developed an interest in chip carving. When ready to head to retirement I started a small business. All of the wood used in the business are indigenous to Muskoka, an harvested locally.
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