Woodcraft and the American Red Cross of Northwest West Virginia “Sound the Alarm” to help install working smoke alarms as part of a national initiative with a goal of 100,000 installs during a two-week period.
Dog Salvage resident artists Susan “Swooz” Hudson and Karen Curtis have been
mixing it up in the paint studio and we are happy to announce 22 new custom recipes
for the ultimate in customization. “We are following the latest color trends
and creating some of our most-requested mixes here at Black Dog,” Swooz said.
Adlucent award recognizes Woodcraft’s increase in digital marketplace revenue.
May is a month of celebrations that honor the people who protect us in a variety of circumstances: Emergency Medical Technicians, Firefighters, Police Officers and Military Personnel. To say “thank you” to these men and women who put their lives on the line every day to protect us, why not make a memorable gift in the form of a special handmade writing instrument?
The Wharton Esherick Museum is a stop every woodworker should put on his or her bucket list. Tucked away on a winding road in suburban Philadelphia, this beautiful property includes the artist’s home and studio, a 1928 Expressionist garage (now serving as the Visitor Center), and other buildings, all situated on a wooded, 12-acre site.