Intarsia in the Saw
Two concentrated encounters to study the Intersia technique
Suitable for those with previous experience in the work of Saw
What is Intarsia?
Intersia is a wood-processing technique, which uses wood pieces of various types, shape, color and texture, to create a mosaic-like bullet image with an illusion of depth and three-dimensional.
The parts of the tree are in a hand-polished saw to their final shape in a variety of large and small pieces of polishing.
Session 1: Intarsia-general background and examples,
Select an example and prepare it for execution,
Selecting the appropriate wooden parts, preparing them for sawing and executing the nisthouses.
Session 2: lithosphere for adjusting the parts of the horizontal plane,
For the creation of a depth illusion,
Base Preparation and pasting
The workshops take place on Mondays evenings, at 17:00-21:00 hours.
Cost of participation including VAT and including materials: 650 NIS
The number of participants is limited to five (as the number of those devoted to the workshop)
They have a NIMA saw who are interested in coming with their saw–invited.