Learn to create and build your own custom wood art frame
2-day class – Saturdays, October 29 & November 5, 1:00 – 4:00 pm each day
Do you have unframed art? Do you find store framing too expensive? Learn to make your own wood art frame. Learn how to use the woodworking tools needed to make custom frames for your artwork. Tim Quinn will take you through the skills needed to handcraft a beautiful s, custom wood frame for your art from start to finish. All participants will leave with their framed art piece and the skills needed to create custom frames. No prior experience is necessary.
You will learn to use chop saws, miter trimmer, table saw, jointer, various types of glue, nailers, and clamps.
Please bring in any 2D flat artwork to frame and leave with a complete custom handcrafted framed art piece that they built themselves. Maximum Art piece size 18″ x 24″ to bring in for framing.
Cost: $136 + $80 materials = $216 Public
$113 + $80 materials = $193 Member
Minimum Class size 4/Maximum 6
Facilitator’s Bio: Tim Quinn learned to frame while working at The Los Angeles County Museum of Art and later ran a business doing custom framing for artists. He is a lifelong artist having studied under Chris Burden and Charles Ray at UCLA and holds an MFA from UCLA.
We do our best to follow all Nevada County Covid safety guidelines to ensure a safe and fun experience for everyone.
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