Capital Area Woodturners Gallery

Show and Tell at the May 2002 Meeting

 

   

Above left, from Don Johnson 2 small boxes: 2 X 3 and 1.5 X 1.5 made of African Blackwood and a 4 Basswood bird and egg.

Above right, from Bob Grudberg    a 16W X 12H Maple bowl.

Right, from John Trant    a 10W X 5H Cherry bowl.

Below right, from Dean Swagert    a 4W X 3H Madrone bowl with pierced carved rim and a 10H X 2thick Dogwood standing form with carved accents.

Below left, from John Noffsinger    a 12H X 6W Maple burl and Ebony hollow, lidded form. .

 
 
   
  Above left, from Pat OBrien    a 10W X 4H square-wingedbowl made of African Vene; a 6W X 7H Osage Orange bowl; and a 6 lidded Maple box.

Above right, from Ray Taylor    Some of Rays final items for the CAW Show & Tell as he gets ready to leave town on military re-assignment.  A 7W X 21/2H Coolibah (front); a 7W X 3H Jarrah; and a 8W X 4H Cherry natural-edge bowls.

Left, from Don Riggs  _  three 6H Maple hollow forms and two miniature goblets of Walnut and an unknown wood.

   
Above, from Bob Clark    a decorative carousel of Maple, Walnut, & Mahogany with silk ribbons.

 

Below from Frank Stephanski    a 12W X 2H Cherry shallow bowl.

Above, from Frank Stephanski    a 12W X 2H Cherry shallow bowl.

 

Below, from Frank Stephanski    an 18W X 3H Oak shallow bowl/platter.

   

Below, from Gene Milstead    a working, manual drill of Cocobolo and Purple Heart with Maple gears and a Walnut key chuck. Below, from Gene Milstead    a working, manual drill of Cocobolo and Purple Heart with Maple gears and a Walnut key chuck.
 

Right, from Bill Fawkes    8W X 4H bowl made of Salmon Gum.

Below left, from Mike Kinney    2W X 4H lidded box made from Walnut & Cherry box.

Below right, from Brian Dangerfield    6H X birdhouse.

 

Below right and left, an amalgamation    two photos showing the diversity of birds, eggs, and nests brought in by our members.


Photos taken by Jim Marstall