Woodworking Quotes by Nick Offerman, Jordan Gavaris, Joshua Foer, George Nakashima, Frank Gehry, Jean Smith and many others.
I really bridled when Parks And Rec became popular and woodworking publications wanted me to do stuff with them.
I actually love woodworking. I’m just getting into it. And I love playing guitar, I’m a big movie aficionado, and I like hiking.
Woodworking requires a completely different kind of thinking and problem-solving ability than writing. With writing, you take a set of facts and ideas, and you reason your way forward to a story that pulls them together. With woodworking, you start with an end product in mind, and reason your way backward to the raw wood.
Let’s just say I can never be cast again after Ron Swanson. Then I have a life of theater and woodworking and my wife to look forward to, and that doesn’t make me anything but very happy.
It requires a genuine fight to produce one well designed object of relatively permanent value
I don’t make things with my hands, although I studied woodworking and made furniture.
A tree is our most intimate contact with nature.
If I didn’t have to worry about money, I would be doing the same thing I’m doing now. Additionally, I would maintain other creative outlets — glassblowing and woodworking. I would operate a salon-format venue geared towards deviation; a destabilization of the audience/rock star dynamic.
If I had more time, I’d watch more woodworking or home-improvement shows, but, not enough hours in the day.
I have been taking some classes in woodworking. It’s really helpful just looking at a problem, and having a very tangible way in constructing it.
I think one of the worst things schools have done is taken out all of the stuff like art, music, woodworking, sewing, cooking, welding, auto-shop. All these things you can turn into careers. How can you get interested in these careers if you don’t try them on a little bit?
I paid my way through college as a carpenter and a woodworker. So I’ve built the house I live in and most of the furniture that’s in it, and I do a lot of woodworking still.