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Re: apprenticeship

Yes Debbie-
If you get the chance to go to Bisbee and study with Pat, I highly
recommend it.  I apprenticed with her when she lived in San Miguel de
Allende, Mexico, and I can attest that she is a fabulous teacher.  It was a
great arrangement for me.  She has an incredible sense of humor and a
wealth of knowledge.  If you are not able to apprentice, try taking a
workshop or two.  You won't regret it!
If you want any more details or particulars you can email me directly.


Best of luck,


At 09:04 AM 4/4/97 -0500, you wrote:
>>Here is a possibly more naive question.  Do you pay your apprentices or do
>>they pay you for the experience?  Well, inquiring minds do want to know.
>> Anyway, I understand if you don't have time to answer all of the above
but I
>>still would love a schedule of classes or any info. about your bindery.
>>Much thanks, Debbie Y.
>Debbie Y.,
>No, no--don't go to Arizona.  I need someone in Nacogdoches [ You have been
>to Nacogdoches, Havn't you?. ( John Wayne in Big Jake)] and we have
>humidity in E. Texas.  Charlie .
>Artist/Teacher, and musician, who loves carving wood and making prints
>from copper, stone and  wood and drawing and clawhammer
>banjo,fiddle,mandolin, and flamenco guitar, and...
>Charles D. Jones
>Art Department
>Box 13001 SFA station
>Stephen F.Austin St.Univ.
>Nacogdoches, Texas 75961

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