Feather Carving & Painting with Bob Lindemann

The outer end of a carved, burned, and painted wooden blue jay feather. Crafted by Bob Lindemann.

Create  a wooden Blue Jay feather with Bob Lindemann. Not just woodcarving and painting; we will use a woodburner (pyrography) to create fine details. Open to all: beginning and experienced carvers both welcome!

Class is $45 (there’s a $10 discount for members – call to get your discount code or look in email).

Max 8 attendees

Three wooden feathers (painted, carved, and burned) and one knife. WIP by Bob Lindemann.
Tool and samples of wooden feathers at various stages.

September events

Unidentified hawk overhead against a brilliantly blue sky. Photo copyright Erin Talmage and used by permission.

Head and neck of Turkey Vulture (Cathartes aura), a wood carving by Bob Spear (rest of body not visible in photo)The school year has started, but that isn’t slowing us down up on Sherman Hollow Road. Check out the fall programs at the Birds of Vermont Museum, sign up for one if you like, or just drop by. We’re open Wednesday – Sunday, 10-4, until Halloween. We’re open by appointment other days and after. The trails are open sunrise to sunset, every day. Libraries have passes, and admission is always free for members (https://birdsofvermont.org/membership/).

We look forward to seeing you!


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