Above left, from Jim Marstall 14W X 7H Cherry salad bowl.
Above right, from Ed Hochard a 8W X 3 ½H Jarrah Burl bowl; a 3 ½H X 5W flower-shaped bowl; and a hand full of light pulls made from Lilac and various woods.
Right, from Allen Becker a 13W X 3H segmented hollow form made of Brazilwood with Maple spacers and a Walnut back.
Below right, from David Jacobowitz an *W X 3H hollow form of Paduak.
Below left, from Patrick OBrien a 13W X 1 ½H Poplar dish with black gesso carving on a wide rim.
|Above left, from Patrick
OBrien a 12@ X 3H maple shallow bowl; and 4W X 3H Evony
small vase; a 7W X 2 ½H Cherry bowl with an irregular hand-carved
rim; and a 4W X 3H Walnut ring bowl.
Above right, from Bob Kinsel A Big Blue Platter made of construction grade 2 X 4s painted and stenciled.
Left, from Frank Stepanski a 7H X 5W Ambrosia maple hollow form with an added black rim holder.
|Above, from Bill
Fowkes 1W X 2H Dawn Redwood with leather weaving in the rim.
Below from Aaron Grebeldinger a 20 w natural edge spalted Oak bowl his largest piece yet.
|Above, from Mike
Kinney a small Apple lidded box with a Snakewood finial.
Below, from Gerry Headley Walnut goblet inspired by a couple German vessels.
|Below, from Doug Pearson - a beautiful 12W X 11H spalted Maple hollow form with significant voids turned VEEERRRY carefully.||Below, from Richard Allen a 14W and 1 ½H Maple shallow bowl; and 5:W X 2 ½ Maple ring bowl; and a 10 X 4H Butternut bowl.|
Right, from Don Riggs a 12W X 3 ½H Black Cherry bowl filled with spherical-shaped lidded boxes.
Below left, from Joyce Beene a 7H Poplar stemmed goblet, turned on-center. Her first shown piece at CAW.
Below right, from Dah Wey Lan a 10W Boxwood platter with Macassar Ebony accent stripe; a 4W ring bowl and a 2 ½ W Paduak spice bowl.
Photos taken by Jim Marstall