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Jerry Kermode- Fine Wood Turning

Jerry Kermode
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Jerry's work may be available at the following:

Collectors of Wood Art  
collectorsofwoodart.org

The Wood Merchant
709 So. First St. La Conner, Washington
www.woodmerchant.com

Highlight Gallery
45052 Main St. Mendocino, CA
www.thehighlightgallery.com

Dovetail Collection
407 Healdsburg Ave. Healdsburg, California
www.dovetailcollection.com

The Grand Hand
611 Grand Ave. St. Paul. Minnesota
www.thegrandhand.com

Scrimshaw Gallery
30 Princess St., Sausalito, California
(415) 331-1409
www.scrimshawgallery.com

Gump's San Francisco
135 Post St., San Francisco, CA
www.gumps.com

Discoveries Gallery
Enderle Center, Tustin, California
enderlecenter.com

Muir Woods Trading Company
Muir Woods Park, California
www.muirwoodstradingcompany.com

Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S. High St., Sebastopol, CA
www.sebarts.org

 

 

 


Jerry Kermode     Sebastopol,CA, USA
Jerry Kermode
Contact
Jerry Kermode School of Woodturning
www.JerryKermode.com
Email: debjer@comcast.net
Phone: 707-824-9893
Jerry Kermode on Facebook

Artist Biography

Jerry Kermode is a full time artist and artisan working out of his studio in Sebastopol, California with his partner and wife, Deborah. Jerry developed his fascination with turning while the couple specialized in remodeling, Victorian restoration and boat work. In 1984 he began turning bowls from freshly harvested trees; the cherished calabash culture in the Hawaiian Islands, where the couple lived for 22 years, was the perfect place to nurture his new passion. He became a full-time turner in 1991, and Deborah became finisher and promoter. They now live and work out of their home studio in Sebastopol, California.

At weekend classes in his studio, Jerry teaches and practices "the art of non-violent woodturning," helping people to understand the subtler nuances of cutting wood without fear or trepidation. His students appreciate him as much for his sense of humor and friendly manner as he is for his ability with the chisel.

 

   

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