Pacific Northwest Wood Artisans (PNWA) are a group of people who have joined together to share ideas and to promote their interest and love of woodworking.
The goal of the group is to improve their skills and knowledge in woodworking and to provide an opportunity to exhibit their work.
Beginners will benefit from the many woodworking artists willing to share their knowledge, information and skills.
You can participate as much as you want; the club has regular and special meetings for your benefit.
Check the web site for more information under Meetings.
The PNWA has a meeting on the 2nd Thursday of each month. A short administrative meeting is conducted allowing ample time to work on projects, exchange ideas and conduct demonstrations by featured wood artists.
A workshop every Tuesday allows members (and non-members) to work on projects, get input from other artists and learn about a variety of wood art forms.
Members include but not limited to:
Carvers, Driftwood Artists, Turners, Intarisa Artists, Pyrography Artists, Furniture Makers, and Chain Saw Artists.
We do have three rules that must be obeyed.
Rule 1. Have Fun!
Rule 2. Be Safe!
Rule 3. Any problems refer to rule 1!