Power Hammer Class
A quick note about some upcoming workshops I'm teaching, and why we're offering them here.
Thank you: a look inside my head.
2015 was a great year for us, full of growth and development. The shop is continually improving, and our passion for tool making facilitates a great learning environment for our students. At the Center for Metal Arts it is important to us that every student has the proper tooling to participate in the workshops, that means a hardy tool that properly fits every anvil, tongs that strongly and safely hold the stock, and a forging hammer comfortable for anyone. A mindset like that takes time, and we would not be where we are today or made the progress we made last year without the support of you and the community. I appreciate everyone that came to take a workshop or bought our tooling, every bit of support we get helps us continue to grow CMA into a state of the art learning facility for blacksmithing and metalsmithing.
I've started up this blog again as bit more of a personal look into whats going on in the shop, with our community, and in my head. My aim is to keep it light, informal and fun. (I'm not going to heavily edit, and I don't spell very well, so go easy on me) Sometimes I feel like letting folks know what I'm thinking, like why I chose to offer a class, or whats important about certain workshops for forging or metalsmithing development. I feel in the future the blog will be less about "take this workshop" and more about "this is how that workshop went, check out what we're forging, this is whats happening behind the scenes......" That sort of thing. Follow me on instagram @handforgedinvt and the shop @centerformetalarts, whats happen here is really exciting to me and sharing it with you is important.
Thanks again, fell free to contact us about any forging or metalsmithing needs or ideas, we love helping if we can!
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