- $75 for one admission to a wooden wine rack workshop with Doug Woodville and Flavio Gallo
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
The workshop will be held at Artifex Woodwork, owned by Doug Woodville and Flavio Gallo.
Participants should wear closed-toe shoes and comfortable, non-baggy clothing.
Each event is capped at 10 purchasers; each event requires a minimum of 6 purchasers in order to take place.
What You'll Do
Anyone can design, cut, and assemble something special out of wood. That's what Artifex Woodwork owners Doug Woodville and Flavio Gallo believe, and they prove it during a workshop that teaches your group how to transform a redwood fence board into a wine rack. The woodworkers walk you through cutting pieces of wood using a handsaw and a router, before you assemble a wine rack that can hold four bottles and glasses.
Woodworkers Doug Woodville and Flavio Gallo greet the group, go over safety instructions, and introduce the required tools
Design a Wine Rack
With guidance from your instructors, sketch a rough layout for your wine rack on a six-foot piece of redwood fence board
Make the necessary cuts on your board using handsaws and a router with a spiral bit
Assemble the wine rack with a staple gun or a hammer and nails, then take the creation home and mount it on a wall
Doug Woodville and Flavio Gallo
Since childhood, Doug Woodville has channeled creativity through his hands. He worked on bicycles as a kid, before moving on to hot rods alongside his dad. Later, Doug applied his skills in metalworking to a new medium: woodworking.
It all started in a high school wood shop class for Flavio Gallo. He discovered an affinity for woodworking under the tutelage of teacher Don Augstein, who took on Flavio as an apprentice. Flavio eventually opened up his own shop, and now runs Artifex Woodwork alongside Doug Woodville.