Skip to main content Skip to footer


Exploring Colors & Textures in Woodturning for Women/Non-Binary

previous slide
next slide

Course Overview

A bowl can be many things: elegantly minimal, astonishingly embellished, and everything in between. Spend three days turning various shapes of bowls and exploring texture and color with Elizabeth Weber. The course will discuss form, where to find inspiration, and how to successfully transfer those ideas to finished pieces. We will also cover coloring techniques using milk paint and acrylics. By the end of the course, students will have created pieces that tell a story. This course is open to beginning woodturners, but will have plenty of rich content for more experienced turners as well. Note that students must purchase and bring a specific set of gouges for this class. By request, this session is open to students who identify as women or non-binary, as well as trans folks. An open enrollment session of the same course is available earlier in the week. 

Required Tools 

Optional Tools 

  • Eye and Ear protection is required and is provided, but you may wish to bring your own for fit and comfort



Fri, Nov 1st, 2024  –  Sun, Nov 3rd, 2024

Course Details

Hours: 9am-5pm each day
Tuition: $345.00
Materials fee: $75.00
Latest Update: View recent changes →

Meet the Instructor

Elizabeth Weber
Seattle, Washington

Request a Catalog

Enjoy the tactile sensation of browsing our newsprint catalog of courses? Request your free copy of the North House Catalog here! And browse the digital edition while you wait!

Stay in touch!

Subscribe to our e-newsletter

Be the first to know about new courses and events!

Exploring Colors & Textures in Woodturning for Women/Non-Binary