Angela Robins is a woodworker and educator, inspired by the curved forms found in Scandinavian and Japanese wooden crafts, in particular the boat and bowl. She has taught skin on frame wooden boatbuilding at a youth development program, Urban Boatbuilders, for the past three years, and is the recipient of the Minnesota Folk & Traditional Arts Grant in 2015. She is currently participating in the 18-month long Artisan Development Program at North House Folk School. The program provides the opportunity for craftspeople to hone their skills, work with mentors, and travel to Scandinavia. She'll be focusing on her wooden bowl turning and carving practice. View more of Angela's work here.