Turning a Wobble Box with Gary Lowe RPT | Woodturning Workshop | Lessons
Turning a Wobble Box with Gary Lowe RPT | Woodturning Workshop | Lessons

Turning a Wobble Box with Gary Lowe RPT | Woodturning Workshop | Lessons

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Spend this 6 hour course learning how to make your very own Wobble box with one of the very best U.K. Professional Woodturners.

Course Details

The day will run from 10 til 4 with all materials provided. We do have tools available but we always recommend you bring along yours own if you have them. 

Refreshment breaks will take place over the duration of the course. 

The course will take place in our teaching classroom in Mirfield, West Yorkshire. Our workshop is equipped with the highest quality machines and tools. 
Each date listed has a maximum of 4 people per lesson. 

Booking is simple.

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      • Please not that this is none refundable unless your place can be filled by another student. 



About Gary Lowe

Originally from the Glasgow area in Scotland, I now live in the beautiful area of Moray, Northern Scotland. Surrounded by Mountains on one side and the coast on the other. Nestled on the edge of the Spey Valley we are spoilt with stunning scenery and wildlife, not to mention the 50 + whisky distilleries in the local area.

With a background of over 30 years in Mechanical Engineering, I was first introduced to Woodturning in the early 90's where I, like many, started off with cheap and cheerful equipment trying to learn by myself from books, magazines and videos. This went on for a few years till work commitments, family life and the seemingly lack of progression got in the way. Unfortunately at this point I unwittingly sold all my turning equipment.

A few years later I caught the "BUG" again and have not looked back since. With the addition of colour and texture to my work it has opened up a lot more avenues to the direction I am heading. In 2016 I was lucky enough to pass as an AWGB accredited Demonstrator and Instructor and then the following Year (Aug 2017) I was accepted onto The Register of Professional Turners which for me has been the highlight of my turning career so far.

I have been fortunate to demonstrate at both local, National and International events, the later of which I would like to do more. Whilst demonstrating I always wear my kilt and this has earned me the nickname of "The Tartan Turner".