Above left, from Bob Grudberg three natural edged bowls of 10W x 6H (Maple); 6W x 4H (Maple); and 3W x 2H (Cherry).
Above right, from John Overman 6H spalted Holly pedestal bowl and several small pieces of Maple and Sycamore.
Right, from Don Johnson 13W x 6H end grain natural edge Mesquite bowl and a 7W x 2H Colabah burl bowl.
Below right, from Dean Swagert 7W natural edge biased Apple bowl and a 7W pierced rim Madrone bowl.
Below left, from Peter Walsh 2 Apples bowl of & and 6 Wide and a 8W Cherry Platter.
|Above left, from David Jacobowitz a 7W x 6H White Birch
vessel with an ebony finish.
Above right, from Jim Marstall a 13W x 7H Cherry salad bowl.
Left, from Bill Fowles 13W Maple Burl bowl.
|Above, from Don Riggs a 14W bowl of Black Cherry and a
14W platter of Ambrosia Maple with assorted spoons.
Below from John Trant - a 14W Mahoganey bowl with biased carved rim highlights.
|Above, from Steve Bishop A spalted Curly Maple bowl,
10w x 3 ½H.
Below, from John Trant 5 pieces spalted Maple and died Ash.
|Below, from Dah Wey Lan one large Birdeye Maple bowl and a smaller Boxwood bowl.||Below, from Richard Preston a Dogwood doughnut-hole bowl; a Honey Lucust vase with inked grain highlights; and a Oak on top of Boxwood double-lidded bowl.|
Right, from Bob Pezold a Birdseye Maple pepper mill.
Below left, from Mike McInerney a 10L Oak gavel.
Below right, from Unknown lots of tops and a lidded box.
Right, from Andy Blackwell his homemade adjustable steady rest.
Below left, from Frank Stepanski a 14W Bigleaf Maple burl standing bowl with carved rim.
Below right, from Frank Stepanski 9W x 7H Birdseye Maple bowl.
Below, from Scott Wallis 8 ½ x 1 ½ Walnut segmented clock face with maple sticks.
|Below, from Stuart Glickman two goblets.|
Photos taken by Jim Marstall