|Above left, from Mike McInerney, 5"w x 2.5"h Apple
Above right, from Jim Marstall, 16.5"w x 8"h Silver leaf Maple bowl.
Right, from John Overman, 4"h x 3"h lidded box of Cherry and Ebony.
|Left, from Ray Taylor, 6"w x 2.5" Ambrosia Maple
Below, left, from C.A. Savoy, 14"h x 7"w Ambrosia Maple hollow form.
Below right, from C.A. Savoy, 3 nested Ambrosia Maple bowls from the same block of wood.
|Left, from C.A. Savoy, 18"h x 5"w Ambrosia Maple hollow form|
|Above, from Gene Crosby, 6"w x 9"h Walnut split
reverse hollow form.
Below from Alan Becker, 5"h x 4"w segmented hollow form of Walnut, Maple, and Goncalo Alves.
|Above, from Gene Crosby, 10"w x 6"h segmented bowl
of Walnut, Maple, Padauk, Cherry.
Below, from Alan Becker, 4"w x 3"h Comphor Laurel bowl
|Above, from Don Johnson, 10" x 10" x 4"h square bowl of
Butternut with a Blackwood foot. Also with corner chip carving treatments.
Below, from Richard Allen, a 5"w Birdseye Maple hand mirror, Maple bowl, and Cocobolo hollow.
|Above, from Bob Reynolds, his first turning brought to show and tell, a
12"h x 7"w Walnut open form with flared base.
Above, from Paul Burke, a 2"h Fly-house, ala Bob Rosand's demo, and a 4"w hand mirror in Birdseye Maple.
|Left, Left, from Frank Stepanski, 1st try to make a lidded box that
duplicates an Ambyana Wood Burl box (right) by Australian turner Guilo Marcolongo who
Frank met in San Diego.
Below left, from Bob Marshall, a Ambrosia Maple sphere with clock, and the jig Bob uses to hold the sphere so that a hold can be drilled or turned in to take the clock.
Below right, from Art Jenson, a 6" long Buckeye Burl and Blackwood needle case.
Photos taken by Jim Marstall