Summer Update

I have had a busy start to the summer. I started out at Arrowmont School of Art as an instructor assistant for my dad’s (Trent Bosch’s) turning class. I had a productive and fulfilling week, starting to think about color and how I can successfully incorporate it into my work. I then went straight to the Annual American Association of Woodturners (AAW) Symposium in Portland, OR, where I taught a couple of youth turning classes. After a short break I went back home to Colorado and had the opportunity to take a class at Anderson Ranch Arts Center with Jason Schneider – one of my favorite turners/furniture makers! Always fun to learn about other materials that can be turned on the lathe!

Make sure to keep your eye on my website as I plan on adding more work soon!

-K

Turned cardboard bowls from my week at Anderson Ranch Arts Center.

Turned cardboard bowls from my week at Anderson Ranch Arts Center.

The start to a couple of teapots from my week at Arrowmont.

The start to a couple of teapots from my week at Arrowmont.

Teaching youth to turn at the AAW Symposium.

Teaching youth to turn at the AAW Symposium.

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