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64 minutes | Jul 14, 2021
Austin Waldo, Texas Woodworking Festival
Austin Waldo, of Austin School of Furniture, joins the show. Listen in as we hear about how a marketing and tech background mixed with a group of friends with a healthy woodworking fetish led this Austin from Austin to create a new school. We hear about the school’s start and successful pivots to adapt along with plans for the future ahead. A future made brighter by the Texas Woodworking Festival, coming this September 4th to Austin, Texas. A festival celebrating all things woodworking with a goal of creating even more.
69 minutes | Jun 30, 2021
Stick to the script.
Ben’s back from the Neligh Grain Mill window project. Phil’s been on the road to Marc Adams. And Ramon’s been marquetry classing, domino docking, and garden planting.
64 minutes | May 26, 2021
Tink & Thinker
In this episode of @woodworkerspodcast Phil wraps up a box making class...Ramon preps for double-bevel marquetry...and Ben gets ready to start a window restoration at a Nebraska State Historic site. We thought it would be interesting to note the wide variety of people that we mention: Probably missed a few. @sawdustwoman @prattfinearts @mcintyrefurniture @woodwhisperer guild @toddfranktidwell @pantorouter.usa @marcadamsschoolofwoodworking @shapertools @randall_allan_woodworking @shawnkirsch @randalweber Michael Colca Troy Downey @chalkstonewoodworking @ramonartful @Philipmorleyfurniture Find us on your favorite podcast platform. Listen in...wontcha?
77 minutes | May 12, 2021
Durham North Carolina studio furniture maker, Meredith Hart, joins the show.
72 minutes | Apr 28, 2021
Woodworking Ramble Amble
Phil’s outsourcing the woodworking so he can play more with his tambouring. Ramon’s turning the turret on the Valdez jig inventory, along with working on the Origin of some inlayquetry. And Ben’s been lost in the world of bid-land for so long he still thinks OSB only costs $28.
51 minutes | Apr 15, 2021
Heron Chair, Sara Watlington’s
The incredibly talented, Sarah Watlington, joins us again. But this time we’re trying something a little different by going on a deep design dive with her about her absolutely stunning, Heron Chair. We felt it would be interesting to do a concentrated conversation on this one piece, and as it turns out, we think the feeling was a pretty darn good one. From its conception, as a design, designed to hurt, to its’ build evolution and construction, during a 2nd year 2nd semester at the Krenov School, we hear about the challenges and techniques of building something that speaks a familiar existing language and yet has something beautifully new to say. Hope you find it as interesting as we did. Join us won’t you?
71 minutes | Mar 17, 2021
Sarah Watlington, Subtly Resonating
Furniture designer and maker, Sarah Watlington, joins the podcast. Listen in as we have the pleasure of hearing how she has carved out a spot for herself in the custom furniture world. From how her early interior design training led to more hands on finely crafted work that led her to The Krenov School, and how those trainings helped accelerate her to the works she does now as the project manager for Offerman Woodshop. Fabulous work and a fantastic conversation. Join us won’t you.
69 minutes | Feb 25, 2021
Phil’s back at it after last week’s visit from the great white north. Ramon’s making pointy wenge triangles disappear. And Ben seams to need clamps for his shabby veneer work.
61 minutes | Feb 10, 2021
Long time no pod. The band’s back together! Same woodworking wanderings but with a new fancy sound system (the industry term is microphones). Phil gains an inch. Ramon likes a little inlay with a side of marquetry. And Ben’s got a finger-cam for Phil... Ahhh it’s good to be back!!
73 minutes | May 6, 2020
Peter Galbert, Chair Sculptor
Chair maker artist, teacher, author, Peter Galbert joins the show. Listen in as we hear how, with the focused and sharpened eye of a photography degree, along with a healthy pension for woodworking, he has sculpted a specialized career in chair making and the teaching of. No tacos or pizza on this menu, just fabulous woodworking goodness.
75 minutes | Apr 22, 2020
Two Stroke Tablesaw
Ramon’s taking his veneers out sledding on the Reuleaux. Phil’s brushing up on shaping his YouTube teaching skills. And Ben’s getting all torqued growing L-tomatoes.
67 minutes | Apr 7, 2020
Evan Berding, Contemporarily Grounded
With a training in the past and an eye for the future, Evan Berding joins the show. We talk North Bennet Street School, clean lines and fair curves, and how the word transitional can not only represent a beautiful style, but also is a real word.
75 minutes | Mar 24, 2020
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68 minutes | Mar 11, 2020
David Johnson, Side Car
David Johnson weaves his way into the podcast and the pleasure is all ours. Hear how this woodworker, seat weaver specialist, and 1997 graduate of the College of the Redwoods has woven out a career through conserving and repairing Danish Modern chairs, along with designing and building his own work incorporating his many influences, from James Krenov, to the Danish Modern masters with whom, through his conservation work, he is so intimately acquainted.
62 minutes | Feb 25, 2020
Big Yellow Bus
Ramon’s showing off his big powerful wood knots. Phil’s got rockers on the horizon. And Ben’s hoping to shift into some new gears with a part time job.
75 minutes | Feb 11, 2020
Michael Colca, Art of Betterment
Forty year studio furniture veteran, Michael Colca, joins us. Listen in as we hear how pursuing perfection has not only fueled a passion, but also, a humble adaptability. From the evolution of marketing one’s work to incorporating technology in an artistic pursuit of accuracy. All along the way incorporating a willingness to share, teach and learn from others with the never ending goal of always getting better.
59 minutes | Jan 28, 2020
One Fat Duck
Ramon’s consulting and marquetry work are looking so rosy, he’s charging by the feather. Ben’s veneer work seams to be going well. And Phil opens up about his first open time with epoxy.
69 minutes | Jan 14, 2020
Brian Guenther, a Step Above
Edmonton, Alberta’s own, curved and twisted, Brian Guenther joins the podcast. Listen in as we talk with the stair master and furniture maker about his start and continuing evolution in the craft, his fabulous stair and wreath work, interests in furniture making and transitioning from on site to more shop based work, along with a little tiny work to help keep things whimsical.
72 minutes | Dec 24, 2019
Parquetry of a Pear Tree
Phil’s gaining knowledge by accumulating errors. Ben’s overthinking the conversion. And Ramon’s pecking out some new router lift pleasures.
68 minutes | Dec 10, 2019
Laura Mays, The Multitalented Ways
The incredibly talented, Laura Mays pulls up a seat on this latest episode. Listen in as we hear how her trainings as an architect and designer along with a chance cycling crossroad led to a path in woodworking. A creatively winding & interesting path that has led her from her home in Ireland to the northern coast of California, first as a student at the College of the Redwoods and then back again to her present day position as the director and instructor at The Krenov School.
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