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David L. Edwards Retrospective Exhibition

David L. Edwards Retrospective Exhibition
David L. Edwards 90th Birthday Retrospective Exhibition

Join NWSSA in celebrating David Edwards 90th birthday at his 3-day Retrospective Exhibition! It will be held at The Steam Plant in downtown Olympia, WA, and includes his works in wood and stone.  While it has been a little while since he has stayed to make dust with us during the week, David still faithfully visits the annual symposium every year to renew his membership and visit with friends and sculptors.

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Having a (Sand)blast with Lisa Ponder - Nov/Dec 2004

The Silver Falls NWSSA symposium was a great experience again this year. Lisa Ponder’s classes on sandblasting added a new and interesting dimension.

 

The hallmark of good instruction is preparation, both in (a) experience, expertise, and enthusiasm, and (b) with specific materials for presentation. Lisa provided both in abundance. Her three-day series of classes started with an overview of materials, equipment and techniques. For those of us who had not done sandblasting before, she introduced the process in a way that invited and challenged each of us to choose a personal project through which we could learn by doing and come away with the reward for our efforts. Lisa demonstrated how to apply stencil material to both rough and smooth surfaces, then generously supplied us with stencil tools, and encouragement to create our own design.

 

The final day, with sand and blasting equipment ready, we donned protective gear and blasted our way to success. The value of immediate rewards in learning was evident as Lisa led each of us through the processes involved in completing our first specimens. Paul Buckner awed everyone with his Native American hand print designs on slate, giving us all aspirations of doing more creative projects.

 

Lisa’s guidance showed us the range of possibilities, warned of perils and pitfalls, but assured participants that sandblasting is something we can all do. We took home our projects to prove it. Thanks, Lisa, for a well done set of classes

An Afternoon of Sun and Stone in Volunteer Park 2019

Sculpture Exhibition and PicnicVolunteer Park Outdoor Sculpture ShowSunday, June 9th 2019 
12:00-4:00 pm

 

Join Northwest Stone Sculptors Association members for a pop-up sculpture showcase, picnic, and sale on the lawn between SAAM and the Conservatory in Seattle's Volunteer Park. The sculptors will be showing over 50 of their works and will be onsite to discuss the stones, techniques, and share a potluck lunch. 

Volunteer Park - Seattle
1247 15th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112


This event is FREE to the public.
Join us between noon and 4pm

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