|Above left, from Don Johnson, a 7"w x 2"h
square-edged bowl of Koa with an Ebony foot, and a 8"w x 1"h in Curly Maple.
Above right, from Martin Angebranndt, a 5"w x 3"h Eucalyptus hollow form, a 4"w x 2.5"h Maple burl and two miniature Cocobolo bowls.
Right, from Tom Boley, a 8"w x 3"h spalted Maple bowl
|Left, from Dean Swagert, 6"w x 3" segmented hollow
form made of Maple, Mahoganey, and Padauk, and a 6"w x 1"h bowl made of
"Rose of the Mountain" from Guyana.
Below, left, from Andy Blackwell, An Escoulen "If-Then Sample Board" from various exotic woods - If I put the wood at this angle, and do this cut; then I get a piece that looks like this!
Below right, from Don Hart, three bowls and a necklace ornament from a famous 400-600 year old tree in Salam, NJ. In Dec 99, the tree lost three branches and pieces of the tree were awarded to local artists based on skill
|Right, from C.A. Savoy, a 8"w x 6"h Walnut bowl and goblet, and a 5"w x 2"h Ambrosia Maple natural edge bowl.|
|Above, from Neil Kagan, a 6"w x 2"h Bloodwood bowl
with a carved rose insert of bleached basswood.
Below from Neil Kagan, a 2"w Maple burl with hand carved recesses.
|Above, from Neil Kagan, two 6"h x 5"w stemmed
goblets of Zebrawood with Ebony stems
Below, from Ray Taylor, Ray's first of three turnings. A 10"w x 4"h Ambrosia Maple bowl, a 9"w x 2"h Maple treated with amber-gold aniline dye, and a 5"w x 1.5"h maple bowl.
|Left, from Don Riggs, three natural edged bowls of Ambrosia Maple, Peach, and Oak, and two small Ambrosia Maple hollow forms.|
Photos taken by Jim Marstall