Phil Grove will use his current investigation into woodturning to reveal the stages of learning a new skill, craft or art form in the internet era. His current works of taking logs and transforming them into beautiful and useful items such as hand-made, hardwood bowls will provide a real-life backdrop for the journey from incompetent to competent revealing the stages and their characteristics. He will also review the creativity boundary and how to achieve higher results through intention.
The interactive session is designed to help you with your own creative journey. Not only will you learn about the major steps of woodturning, but you will also get a view into the thought processes behind the scenes and how they change as one masters a creative skill.
Phil Grove is a member of the Central New England Woodturners and has been a maker for most his life mastering a range of materials and skills including plastics, wood, oil paints, photography, electronics (microprocessors), and web design.
Phil’s presentation is Sunday March 9th at 1:10 PM.
The Franklin Historical Museum is located at 80 West Central Street. We are ADA compliant, admission is always free and donations are gratefully accepted.
|SECOND SUNDAY SPEAKER: Phil Grove on woodturning - March 9|