Woodworking Workshop with Hal Galbraith

When:
October 3, 2020 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
2020-10-03T10:00:00-04:00
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Where:
Historic Ramsey House
2614 Thorngrove Pike
Knoxville, TN 37914
USA
Cost:
35.00
Contact:
Historic Ramsey House
8655460745

Woodworking Workshop with Hal Galbraith October 3, 10 am to 2 pm
Join Master Woodworker, Hal Galbraith, for a fascinating look into how fine furniture was created in the 1800’s. Participants will receive an introduction to hand tool care and use, which includes saws, planes, and chisels. During the four hour workshop, participants will tour the beautiful Historic Ramsey House, while Mr. Galbraith discusses the making of Duncan Phyfe Klismos side chairs. Reservations required.

Tickets: $35 (includes boxed lunch) or $30 for Historic Ramsey House members Reservations are required.

Credit card fees apply. Payments with cash or check are available. Purchase tickets on our Facebook page, online at www.ramseyhouse.org or call 865-546-0745

Tickets: $35 (includes boxed lunch) or $30 for Historic Ramsey House members Reservations are required.

Credit card fees apply. Payments with cash or check are available. Call 865-546-0745 to arrange payment.

About Hal Galbraith:
Attended Wendell Castle Workshop (1983-84), Cabinetmaker at The Farmer’s Museum in Cooperstown NY (1985-86), (1984-1999) Studio furniture and architectural woodworking business, Cooperstown, NY. Designed and executed a postmodern sideboard for the Ohio Federal Reserve Bank, and showed work at the Merrit Gallery in Rochester NY, Milliken Gallery in NY, NY, Gallery 53 in Cooperstown, NY, Cooperstown Art Association, and SUNY Albany. Twice participant in Masters Woodworking Show in Knoxville TN. Won Best in Show 2017. Juried member of ETWG (East Tennessee Woodworkers Guild). Has given lectures and workshops on care and use of woodworking hand tools at the Farmer’s Museum, own Studio, for ETWG at Arrowmont retreat and at the Ramsey House in Knoxville TN, juror for the 20th Master woodworkers show, Knoxville, TN, November, 2019.