Date(s) - 05/12/2017 - 05/14/2017
Shapes and Patterns
Friday – Sunday, May 12-14, 2017, Longview, WA
Set up day Thursday, May 11, 2017
David Lisch: assembly shaping and grinding techniques used in knife making, Damascus and pattern development discussion.
Maegan E. Crowley: sheet metal, and structural hollow materials.
Hands-On Classes: beginner, intermediate and advanced hands on classes
Bronze pour demo on Sunday with Matt Moore
Gallery: bring your works to display in our gallery, show off your latest.
Auction: support the NWBA with an entry into the auction, something hand-made, materials, tools or services. Anything of value that can be sold at our auction.
Black Smoke Alley: bring your solid fuel forge and set up in Black Smoke Alley to demonstrate and offer hands on experiences, or just enjoy forging at your own setup during the conference.
Tailgate Sales: fill your pickup with tools and materials, sell them to your friends, and buy enough of someone else’s stuff to fill the truck back up.
Contests with prizes: to be announced. If you have a great idea for a contest send it to email@example.com
Potluck Social: large grill will be available to cook your barbecue meats, bring food to share. It is a potluck and the NWBA will be providing the grill and the picnic spot and some food. Last year there was confusion about this, and even though a lot of people did not bring food, there was a lot to eat and people had a really good time hanging out and sharing a meal together. Plan on being there!
Iron Maegan Metalworks, Dolores CO
Bio from Etsy site:
Maegan Crowley owns and operates Iron Maegan Metalworks in Dolores Colorado where she creates custom metalwork and sculpture. She earned her MFA from Cranbrook Academy Of Art and has over 10 years of blacksmithing experience. Maegan’s work is exhibited nationally and is part of several private collections.
Find out more about Maegan Crowley: http://ironmaeganmetalworks.com/
David Lisch will be demonstrating assembly shaping and grinding techniques used in knife making, Damascus and pattern development discussion.
Find out more about David Lisch: www.davidlisch.com