SPOT Light – February 2021

Feb 20, 2021 | Carleton-North York, Spotlight | 3 comments

 

James Page loves to see a rough woodworking project transformed into something unique and beautiful, including a grand piano and a harp.  More about this retired teacher who is also a master woodworker HERE.

Previous SPOTLight Editions:
Ross Belyea (January 2021), Trisha Robinson (November 2020)   Marjorie Sinclair (September 2020), Betty Smith (April 2020), Mary Riordon-Barry (February 2020), Phyllis Caplin (December 2019)

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3 Comments

  1. Betty Smith

    I have many pieces of furniture/items that my Dad made for me over the years. I know how much effort, time and patience is required for a finished project. Well done, James!! Thanks for sharing your story with us…

  2. Mildred Urquhart

    I have known a few people who were fine wood craftsmen but no one who would consider working on or building from scratch a musical instrument. What a great talent! Enjoyed the feature on James Page very much. Thank you for sharing.

  3. Nanette

    How fortunate to have such a great hobby in retirement! Really enjoyed this article!