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Club classes have just concluded for 2018. Classes ran for 6 one week sessions on the 2nd and 4th Mondays in January, February, and March. 

The class offerings were:
Jim Butlin - Hound dog with in Jim’s words “an attitude”
Alison Currie - California Quail, smoothie
Mel Connell - Gnome with mug
Harry Patrick - Sperm Whale
Robin Salisbury - Wood Duck, drake

Kudos to this year's willing and able instructors
We thank them for so generously sharing their time, knowledge, and skills.

Click here to download a class registration form.

 Bird Carving - Spotted Sandpiper
Carving and painting a life-size Spotted Sandpiper, which is un-common but widespread throughout much of North America. They are found around ponds, streams and rocky shores. As it walks, it bobs its tail up and down in a teetering motion. This carving is being done as a “stick bird,” mounted on a dowel and simple base. Cast legs and feet can be made available for an additional fee. This class is geared toward the beginner and intermediate carver. Materials fee: $15 includes blank, glass eyes, dowel, simple base and paint to complete the project, payable to instructor at first class.
Students should supply their own carving knives and brushes. Some knives and other supplies will be available for purchase from the instructor.
Some knives and other supplies will be available for purchase from the instructor.
Tuesday, 8 Sessions Fee: $81; GC: $76Sept. 18, 25, Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Nov. 13 7:00-9:00 p.m., IHS, Room 1144, enter north entrance #3, turn right first hallway.
Instructor: Robin Salsbury

Al Jordan

Al is currently scheduling one-on-one private sessions for 2018.
Home Studio

Call or email Al directly for details.

Visit Al's website:
http://www.ajordanbirds.com/classes-and-eventsLIEPERS FORK, TENNESSEE
May 22 through May 26, 2019
Carve and paint a 1/3 sized Barred Owl
​Contact Al for additional information. Cost $625 - Includes cutout, eyes, and paint.