Julia Harrison

Carving has been at the heart of Julia Harrison’s creative practice for more than twenty years. She constantly seeks out new carving-related skills and knowledge, most recently studying with Brasstown and Cherokee carvers as a participant in the John C. Campbell Folk School Traditional Craft Mentorship program, and using a World Wood Day Foundation Research Grant to learn about carved wooden confectionery molds. Julia is currently Resident Artist at the Penland School of Craft.

Upcoming Workshops

Bark Carving

Wood might get more attention, but bark can also be an excellent carving material. Relatively soft and fragile, bark responds better to strategy and patience…

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