Hand-painted artisan paddles



Each and every Project Sawdust paddle is hand-painted by Project Sawdust founder, Jesse Oberoi, out of his workshop in Richmond, Ontario. Each design is painstakingly taped, taking sufficient time to ensure the complete sealing of all edges. This deliberate, and time consuming process, leads to the beautiful, clean lines that characterize Project Sawdust artwork. 

Although intended as decorative pieces, each paddle is finished with a minimum four coasts of polyurethane varnish, providing protection for your new artwork.

As of November 2019, Project Sawdust sources hand-crafted, Aspen wood canoe paddles from Campbellford, Ontario-based, Redtail Paddle Company.



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Frequently asked questions

When can I get started singing lessons?

Choose comfortable date, time in my calendar and we are ready to go.

When do I get the link for the online class?

As soon as you book your singing lesson you'll receive an email confirmation with the date, time and invitation for online lesson.

What equipment do I need?

1 good internet 2 headphones or speakers 3 microphone or headset 4 good mood

What happens in the First Free Singing Lesson Online?

First of all we have to check your breathing skills, vocal range and flexibility of your voice. At the first lesson we will be trying few exercises and discuss your vocal goals. Length of lesson is 30 min.