the fires members were meeting at other Woodies' workshops in
order to keep on doing what we do best.Turn bits of wood into
something beautiful, useful, or both!
Ron Green and Les Bamford
Ron and Les can be seen in Dave Smith's workshop working their
magic making trucks,trains etc.
Rhona commenced this project at the shed before the fires.
With the program in place for members to meet at other
member's workshops Rhona was able to finish her Japanese
inspired septic tank cover.
Jenny produced this puppet at a carving class by Jeff Dunne in
Pambula.Jeff also does spoons if you're interested.
Then members were unable to meet at all to work
together so everyone is going it alone with magic results!
Peter has been busy
making things for our next sales day whenever that may be!
Barry has done an amazing job of re birthing the Jet lathe
recovered from the ashes of the workshop!
Love the colour. It shouts,'I'm back!'
Barry has also been keeping busy making a variety of items ready
for our next sales day.
Helmut has been busy recycling fence palings he had in his wood
store. Recycling is something Woodies do very well!
After our experience with making possum boxes Trevor has turned
his hand at making bird boxes. Now just waiting for a resident.
Ruth and Neil Henderson
Ruth has been very busy renovating their home bathroom. Ruth has
stripped the bathroom,built new walls,tiled the floor and
walls,fixed the mirror AND repainted!
Neil made the Spotted gum shelf and front board.
What a team!
Greg has always said he would like to make a didgeridoo. Here it
Now all he has to do is find someone to give him lessons!
Sharyn Morrison has turned her hand to mosaics. Great result
While Sharyn turned to mosaic Susanne has taken up a paint
Keith likes to use resin in his
wooden boxes however
as he is not able to make boxes at the moment due to lack of
machinery he has put the resin to an interesting use by fashioning
for a key ring. These are only 3 examples.
One of our
resident Woodie boat builders Neil, is working on a 14'6"
sailing dinghy of Gannet design.