Kim Dailey (Carthage, ME) is a full time woodturner and sole-proprietor of Dailey Woodworking. He established his shop in 2001, and creates salt and pepper mills, wooden bowls, platters, urns, pens, bottle stoppers and other turned objects for use in cooking. Dailey studied at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship and has exhibited at juried shows and fairs throughout Maine and the Northeast. He is a member of the American Association of Woodturners, Maine Woodcarvers and Maine Crafts Association and a founding member of Western Mountain Woodturners Association and Knotty Woodcarvers.
“Jed’s thirst for knowledge reminds me very much of myself when I was first learning to turn.” – Kim Dailey
Jedediah Malcore (Wilton, ME) has been woodturning for five years – a ‘hobby turned obsession’ that has grown into a successful small business, Malcore Woodturning. He is vice president of Western Mountain Woodturners and a member of the American Association of Woodturners. A graduate of Toccoa Falls College, Malcore is also a full time Maine State Trooper.
“Through this apprenticeship I intend to fine tune my craft and how I present it to others.My end goal and dream is to become a full time Maine artisan – making, teaching and sharing learned artistic skills with the next generation.” – Jedediah Malcore