Above left, from Bob Reynolds - 10”W X 8”H spalted Ambrosia Maple bowl with rim beads.
Above right, from Don Johnson - 4”W bowl mouth x 8 W wings diamond bowl with internal gilding and a 8” W ebonized bowl with fluting” (Hand-Grenade bowl).
Right, from Patrick O’Brien - 7:W X 3”H Walnut bowl with ornamental lathe bad at rim and a 13”h Black Locust Burl vase.
Below right, from Jim Marstall - 20”W X 6”H Ambrosia maple bowl with beaded rim and inlace filler at knot.
Below left, from Frank Stepanski - 24”W X 5”H natural edge Oak bowl.
|Above left, from Frank
two 8”W X 4 and 5”H Cherry bowls.
Above right, from Bob Reynolds - a 10”W X 4”H Apple bowl with beaded rim and a 8”W X 7”H Walnut flared vase.
Left, from Art Jenson - 20”W X 6”H Cherry bowl with “gunstock” etching around mid-band.
|Above, from Neil
turned & carved pieces: Left
–stylized hollow form; right-leaf form; and center-Cherry water motion.
Below from Neil Kagan - front right- Honey Locust bowl with Bamboo dipper; front right-Zebrawood hand carved and heart-shaped lidded box with a single hinge pin; and back-Cherry bowl with a carved rim.
|Above, from Neil
Left-Ash lidded vessel with Bloodwood finial and vine;
center-Mahogany lidded box with bleached Basswood rose top; and
right-Maple form of growing leaves and vine.
Below, from Doug Pearson - a 10”W X 6”H hollow form with natural edged voids and a 10”W X 4”H natural edge bowl from Maple burl.
|Below, from Tom Boley - a 10”W X 3”H Cedar bowl with a thick natural edge rim and flared branch stem.||Below, from John Trant - four Mahogany 3”W X 2”H finger bowls – two with carved rims.|
Right, from C. A. Savoy - a Globe-pot lidded box with top and bottom finials on a pedestal.
Below left, from Joyce Beene - a 3”W X 4” H Poplar weedpot.
Below right, from Don Hart - Note penny in the background. 13 miniature turnings of Holly, Yellowwood, Ebony, Cocobolo, Paduak, and Russian Olive. The two front turnings are laminations of 4 woods WITH A CAPTIVE RING !
Right, from Joyce Beene - 3-legged stool made in Don Rigg’s first turning class.
Below left, from Frank Stepanski?? - 12”W X 2”H Cherry bowl with Gesso carving.
Below right, from Tom Boley - 10”W X 2”H Mulberry thick rimmed natural edge bowl.
Right, from Allen Becker - 6”W X 12”H Jarrah and ebonized Cherry carved, open form.
Below left, from Ken Darr - Natural edge Dogwood winged bowl of 10”W X 5”H.
Below right, from Stuart Glickman - 6”W X 4”H Segmented bowl of Mahogany with Walnut dividers and random strips of Walnut, Ash, & Cherry in an accent ring.
Photos taken by Jim Marstall