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Woodcraft of Atlanta
8560 Holcomb Bridge Rd., Suite 115
Alpharetta, GA 30022
Call Us: (770) 587-3372
Fax Us: (770) 587-9068
  • Sunday: 9 AM - 5 PM
  • Monday: 9 AM - 7 PM
  • Tuesday: 9 AM - 7 PM
  • Wednesday: 9 AM - 7 PM
  • Thursday: 9 AM - 9 PM
  • Friday: 9 AM - 7 PM
  • Saturday: 9 AM - 6 PM

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Instructors
 
Nick Cook
 
Nick Cook is a full time production turner producing a wide variety of gift items, one of a kind bowls & vessels as well as work for furniture makers and millwork contractors. He spends much of his time teaching both individuals and groups throughout the country. He has done workshops for woodturning groups in Australia and has also participated in the national woodturning symposiums in New Zealand and in Great Britton. He is a founding member of the American Association of Woodturners and has served as vice president and conference coordinator. Nick was named the 12th honorary lifetime member of the AAW. He has written numerous articles for various woodturning publications including American Woodturner, Woodworkers Journal and American Woodworker.
 
 
 
Jane Burke
 
 
 
 
Rebekah Quattlebaum
 
Rebekah Quattlebaum started in woodworking when she inherited her father’s tools. While she knew very little about woodworking, she did have a very strong desire to carry on her father’s oodworking dream. That conviction led her to improve upon her father’s work and developed artwork of her own and expertise to share with others. She now teaches beginning and intermediate woodturning with specific projects in mind, and offers classes at Woodcraft along with private instruction from her home shop in Cumming. She is also a member of the American Association of Woodturners, Chattahoochee Woodturners, and the Atlanta Woodturner's Guild. Learn more about Beka’s artwork and history at www.Bekasturn.net.
 
 
 
Chris Schleier
 
Chris Schleier of Kennesaw, GA, is a Senior Manager at IBM and part-time professional furniture maker and educator. He specializes in Windsor chairs and other 18th century furniture forms in the Queen Ann, Shaker and Colonial styles. Chris teaches a variety of woodworking classes at numerous venues across the Southeast: Shaker Box making, Fundamentals of Woodworking and Cabinetmaking Fundamentals classes at the Woodcraft store in Roswell, GA; Windsor Chairmaking at Woodcraft stores across the Southeast; Woodworking Foundations classes and a Shaker Table course at the Dogwood Institute of Fine Woodworking in Alpharetta, GA; and a Norwegian Bentwood Box class at the John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, NC. Chris is a member of the Woodworkers Guild of Georgia, the Furniture Society, the Society of Period Furniture Makers and the American Craft Council. In 2008, one of Chris’ Fan Back Windsor chairs was acquired by Washington’s Headquarters Historic Site and Museum in Newburgh, NY where it is prominently displayed on the dinning room hearth of the home that was the longest-serving headquarters of General George Washington during the American Revolutionary War.
 
 
 
Terry Stinson
 
Terry has been a woodworker since age 8 and currently specializes in hand and power carving. He is also our resident expert on the Shopsmith tool. He teaches sharpening by both hand and powered techniques and gives demonstrations on carving.
 
 
 
Robert Stebbins
 
Robert teaches several classes at our store and is an accomplished woodworker. He has set up and worked in commercial cabinet shops as well as accepting commissioned work. He specializes in building lamps and custom fine furniture.
 
 
 
Al Trevillyan
 
Al Trevillyan retired from chemical research and R&D management in 1993 and resumed the woodworking hobby he started as a young man. He designs and builds equestrian accessories, furniture, accepts commissioned work and enjoys teaching others the skills they can use to enjoy woodworking themselves. He teaches at Woodcraft and at the John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, NC. He is a member of the Woodworkers’ Guild of Georgia and the American Association of Woodturners.
 
 
 
Dave Wood
 
Before joining the Roswell team in 2000, Dave spent 38 years in various airline customer service management positions. He has worked with wood for most of his adult life and operated a small home improvement business for several years. Dave enjoys wood turning, working with the scroll saw and cabinet making. He is a handyman and often works with customers to help resolve their construction or repair problems.
 
 
 
Karl Taylor
 
 
 
 
Rob Cosman
 
 
 
 
Brian Boggs
 
 
 
 
Ted Baldwin
 
 
 
 
Mark Barr
 
Mark Barr has been building custom furniture for the past 20 years.He has traveled extensively throughout the southeast teaching classes as well as teaching classes in his shop.Mark Is known for his keep it simple approach to woodworking.
 
 
 
Christina White
 
Christina is an internationally recognized teacher of relief carving and her work has been featured in several television shows, magazines such as Southern Living and Points north as well as many newspapers. She has her own studio in the Appalachian foothills and teaches relief carving at several locations locally.
 
 
 
Robert Johnson
 
 
 
 
Jerry Johnson
 
 
 
 
Mickey Hudspeth
 
Mickey is a retired professional Electrical Engineer and spent his career in the satellite communications earth station industry. Woodworking has been his hobby for over 30 years with golf running a close second. He studied chip carving under Mr. Wayne Barton and has applied chip carving to bowls, tables, chest, boxes and other misc. pieces. His work is always very well received and several have been Best of Show winners in various shows in the Southeast. Also several pieces have been published in Chip Chats magazine, Woodwork magazine and Carving Magazine. He is a member of the Woodworkers Guild of Georgia and a past president.
 
 
 
Bob Grant
 
Bob Grant is a regular Woodturning instructor at Woodcraft and has his studio in Roswell, GA. His work is in a number of high-end shops. Two of his creative forms were selected to be part of a 25-piece exhibit for a juried show in Atlanta, where over 100 pieces were submitted by turners for consideration. Bob demonstrated at the 2002 Symposium - Turning Southern Style VIII. He is a member of The Georgia Association of Woodturners, The Chattahoochee Woodturners, The Roswell Woodworkers and The American Association of Woodturners