Upcoming Classes for May & June
Realistic Face Class
He also offers 2 relief projects, a Dogwood Cluster, or Native American Shield. Cost is $165 plus roughout for 2 days. This class is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, May 3-4, or by appointment.
Ron Allison will be teaching a 3D Wolf Relief Carving Class, May 15-16. He still has openings available if you would like to reserve a spot in this class. Cost is $65 per day and you may add an additional day if you need to. Call the shop for more information. He also has a 3D deer, moose bear or buffalo, if you would rather do one of those.
Quick Santa Class by Roger Stegall
Saturday, May 18th. Cost is $65 plus $10 for roughout. There is still room in this class if you would like to try your hand at Caricature Carving.
Relief Carving Class by Sheilah Nichols
Beginners to Advanced
This is a 2 or 3 Day Class, May 23-24, or by Appointment.
Cost is $85 per day plus $22 for blank. You may also add an additional
day of painting your carving for $85. Bring your favorite sharpened tools and safety glove. Sheilah uses a v tool, flat gouge, and carving knife. Choose from the Log Cabin scene (best for beginners) or the Covered Bridge (which may take 3 days). Sheilah has worked with John Engler for over 30 years, at Englers Block, and Silver Dollar City during the fall festivals.
Woodburning Class by Paul Pitt
Beginner to Advanced
June 13th, 14th, and 15th. Paul is a Professor of Art at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas and a very versatile and talented artist. In this class you will be woodburning a design on a walking stick. You may also burn a design on one of Paul’s handmade Native American Flutes, which you may purchase from Paul. You will need to pre-order the flute by April 2019. Cost of this 3 Day Class is $75 per day, plus the cost of the flute ($200) or walking stick ($10-$20).
Carving Class by Adina Huckins
Beginner to Advanced
Adina Huckins will be teaching a three-day class in Branson, Missouri, at Peter Engler Design Studio on June 27, 28, and 29, 2019. The cost of the class is $225 and will be held in the upstairs classroom.
Many people attend Adina’s classes to learn human facial anatomy, but she enjoys teaching animal, caricature, and abstract subjects as well. Beginners are also welcome, and usually do well in the atmosphere of individual learning that is promoted. The pictures below are of some of her own work and some projects that have been done in classes. She will have rough outs available for sale but contact her ahead of time if you have a particular subject in mind.