Inside the Studio Fellowship

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Fellowship 2016 Group

The Studio Fellowship is comprised of a revolving group of emerging and established woodworkers who spend anywhere from 1-12 months honing their skills and pushing their work in new and challenging directions.

The Woodschool provides the time, space, tools, and supportive environment necessary for personal and professional development that would have otherwise not been possible. Each new group of Fellows never fails to impress us with their work ethic, focused ambition, positive energy, and outstanding results!

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Yuri Kobayashi and Jeff Harrop in the Zone.


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Chance Coalter shaping components on his custom made router jig.


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Chance's walnut sphere glue-up.


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Reuben Foat applies finish to his tambour door cabinet.


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Reuben's door panel that was cut on the ShopBot CNC router.


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Yuri making delicate cuts with her custom jig on the table saw.


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Yuri's steam bent table base samples and mock-ups.


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 Corbin Vreeland test fits the tambour doors on his mahogany cabinet.


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Corbin's solid walnut case piece.


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Michael Yates cleans up some edges on his steam bent ash component.


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Some of Michael's tiny furniture models and his "Michael Yates" joinery sample.


Fellowship 2016 Jeff1

Jeff is checking out the look of the walnut burl that will comprise his cabinet doors and drawers.


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Jeff's poplar mock-ups next to the walnut and cherry/ash finished pieces.


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