October 28th Meeting
4653 S Campbell Ave, Springfield, MO
We will be meeting at the Library Center on S. Campbell where we’ll be talking about many things including our success with this years preparation for Empty Bowls which took place on the 29th Panera Bread, 4100 S. Campbell Ave., Springfield, MO. We’ll aslo be discussing upcoming Coffee Shops and other events.
Our demonstrator this month will be Rick Bywater from Kansas City. Rick is an active demonstrator and will be sharing his techniques and skills in creating the basket weave patterns by using beading, burning and coloring. You can check out some of his other turnings by visiting his website at: http://rickbywater.com/
If you met us at the Ozark Empire Fair be sure to come back and visit us and see what we do as a club. There are many exciting events, demonstrations and lots of socializing that goes on.
As always, we’ll start to gather at 9:30 am and get the official meeting started at 10 am. We’ll need some help for set up so if you can come as early as 9am it would be helpful.
Our November 25th Meeting will be our first visit to the Springfield Art Museum located at 1111 East Brookside Drive Springfield, MO 65807. This will be a great opportunity also visit the exhibits at the Museum!
The demonstrator will be Jeff Hurnung, owner of The Walnut Log from St. Louis. Jeff will be demonstrating one of his signature pieces the “Moroco Blue Bowl.” He will be using the Sorby Texturing Tool, airbrushing and waxing to acheive his finished piece.
Along with other products, Jeff is the only reseller of Yorkshire Grit and Hampshire Sheen which were developed by a turning in Great Britain.