Capital Area Woodturners Gallery

Show and Tell at the October 2001 Meeting

 

   
Above left, from Don Johnson, 10" fluted bowl and 2 small hollow forms, and one fluted box.  All from Cherry with an ebonized finish.

Above right, from Dave Butts, a 2" Cherry bowl.  His first turned piece in 35 years, but not his last.

 

 

Right, from Dean Swagert, a 6" x 3" Crabapple elongated bowl.

 

 
  Left, from C.A. Savoy, large square shape bowl from Oregon Myrtle, and a wavy edge diamond Oak bowl.

 

Below, left, from C.A. Savoy, a diamond shaped Mahogany bowl, 9" corner to corner, and a Cherry bowl with a burnt edge.

Below right, from Bob Pezold, a 6" Sycamore bowl.

   
  Left, from Mike McInerney, a 10" tall Cherry split turned hollow form, two lidded boxes, one Cocobolo with Pink Ivory finial, the other, Redwood Burl, and a 8" Zebrawood bowl, outer rim does not touch the surface.
   
Above, from Max Hipsher, a Mahogany communion chalice made from three pieces. An Ash hollow form made during classes with David Ellsworth..

 

Below from Art Jenson, a plethora of lidded, threaded boxes made from Cocobolo, Lignum Vitea, Olivewood, Buckeye Burl, Ebony, and Ironwood..

Above, from John Overman, a 3" Dogwood bowl and a 2" Holly box with Ebony Finial.

 

Below, from Paul Burke, a composite platter clown face and a lidded fly box.

   

Below, from Ken Rajspis, 3 large Black Cherry  pots with off-center handles.  Below, from Frank Stepanski, a 14" Blackwood shallow bowl.
   
Left, below left, and below right, all from Neil Kagan.

Left, three natural-edged Madrone Burl hollow forms and a ultra-thin warped Madrone Burl bowl.

Below left, a 7" h Ash hollow form with a carved bird top, and a 6" Cherry bowl.

Below right, two turned and carved forms; one Poplar and one Madrone Burl.

Left, from Steve Bishop, Big Leaf Maple, titled the Black Hole.
Left, from Steve Bishop, Big Leaf Maple, titled the Mama Always..
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Photos taken by Jim Marstall