Mel Genge

Mel Genge

Mel Genge Wood was not far from my doorstep while growing up in rural Newfoundland in the 1950s. Both of my grandfathers were carpenters. One was in cabinetry and the other was a boat builder. I have always enjoyed working with wood, and after retiring in 1995 I...
Michael Hosaluk

Michael Hosaluk

Michael Hosaluk “My love of woodworking is not only for the beauty and mystery of the material, but in the inventing of new techniques and processes to create objects. The materials I use relate to the objects I make. At times a piece of salvaged wood will...
Mike Fulop

Mike Fulop

Mike Fulop  Mike Fulop is a woodworker whose work breaks the functional mold to let wood show its own true artistic side. Intrinsically, furniture straddles the world of art and craft, so it can be a challenge to meld beauty and function. Trained as a fine furniture...
Paul M. Omilon

Paul M. Omilon

Paul M. Omilon I have been turning wood items for over 22 years. My passion is turning wood columns up to 16 inches in diameter and 12 feet tall. With the base and capitals, my columns can reach to 14 feet ceilings. Wood choices are primarily oak, cherry and maple. In...
Peter Sawchyn

Peter Sawchyn

Peter Sawchyn From his very first attempts at instrument building in 1972 to owning a great looking guitar shop on Dewdney Avenue in Regina, Peter Allan Sawchyn has devoted his life to building fine handmade guitars and mandolins. Peter is self taught, perfecting his...