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The painted pig

We have been providing central Arkansas with creative entertainment since January 2007!

What started as a dream for me has turned into a reality in The Painted Pig. Growing up, I was always the kid who got in trouble for  drawing in math class. When I got to college, I studied painting, drawing, printmaking, art history, museum studies and, of course, ceramics. On the weekends I worked at a paint-your-own -pottery studio and children's boutique in the Heights called Young @ Art. I loved it. It simplified art into a fun, relaxing place in the neighborhood that families could come and be creative together. 

https://paintedpigstudio.com/

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Unique Rabbit

We hope you find everything you need. Unique Rabbit is focused on bringing unique items to those who are making their homes a place of “la dolce vita”, the sweet life.  Our products are of high quality with unique lasting  value and classic design including furniture, and unique discovery items. We will do everything we can to meet your expectations.
 
With a variety of offerings to choose from, we're sure you'll be happy working with us. Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact  us.
 
We are Lubbock's Stockist for  Chalk Paint® decorative.

http://www.uniquerabbit.net/Home.html


$100.00

Wood Fellas

Do it yourself but not by yourself. Join us at one of our weekend workshops. Have fun with your friends and make some new ones as you learn by building your very own wood item, with our help of course.

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Woodworking Co., Ltd

After graduating in 1996 from the North Bennet Street School's program in Cabinet and Furniture Making, I returned to Sunbury, Ohio to open the Boston Woodworking Co., Ltd. My mission is to promote quality craftsmanship in furniture making, to educate the public about the history and construction of fine furniture, and to offer consumers an alternative to mass-produced furniture.


In addition to teaching classes in my own shop in Sunbury, I have taught week-long workshops at the Connecticut Valley School of Woodworking and at Marc Adams School of Woodworking. I am a past editor of American Period Furniture and have written several articles that have appeared in Fine Woodworking and Popular Woodworking, and I have contributed to 360 Woodworking, a new e-zine that focuses on both woodworking technology and tradition.

https://www.bostonwoodworking.com/index.html


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An Introduction to Traditional Blacksmithing using the Hammer, Anvil and Forge

This blacksmithing course is a one-day hands-on introduction to the art of forging hot steel on the anvil. No prior experience is necessary to take this class. We begin by discussing equipment and tools needed for basic forging. Next we move on to teaching you how to light and maintain a coal fire. Then we proceed to help you develop proper hammer technique and control as you learn to draw, round and shape simple scrolls. In this exercise, you will begin to become familiar with how to work the fire, how to heat the bar in the forge and how the hot steel responds to your hammer.
$250.00