Craftsmanship • 1h 15m
Nick Slavik owns Nick Slavik Painting and Restoration in New Prague, MN, hosts a weekly Ask-A-Painter show on Facebook that Noah would liken to This Old House, and presents masters classes at trade shows and conferences. He forgot to ask if he ever sleeps.
Noah kicked off this series with Episode 5, The Craftsmanship Trap, and that episode explored the push and pull between craft and process. You heard from Nick May on process in the last episode, and in this one Noah was thrilled to dive into where craftsmanship fits into scale. Nick Slavik has given this a ton of thought and his perspective is invaluable here.
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Music - Ear Conflict on Main Street by Spiedkiks
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