Above left, from Frank Stepanski - 14 X 1 ½ Ash shallow bowl.
Above right, from Richard Allen and Paul Burke, collaboration - “Black Cloud with a Silver Lining” 17”W X 6”H Black Walnut body with Maple pedestal, dish base, and lid.
Right, from Pat O’Brien - Curly Maple with carved rim in the forefront, Honey Locust NE vase, a 7.5”W X 2”H Walnut bowl and a 7” X 2” Walnut bowl in background.
Below right, from Allan Becker - a 23”H X 5”W and a second 12” H X 5”W spalted Ambrosia Maple Closed-form vases with Walnut tops.
Below left, from Bob Reynolds - a 12”W X 4”H Red Cedar bowl and a 8”W X 4”H Apple bowl.
|Above left, from Gene
14”W X 3”H Walnut segmented bowl.
Above right, from David Jacobowitz - a 51/2”W X 2 ½”H Cherry closed-form with a malakite green and yellow sand rim accent stripe.
Left, from John Overman - an 8”W Arborvitae bowl and a mallet.
|Above, from Bob
and 11”W X 5”H spalted bowl and an 8”W X 4”W Apple bowl.
Below from Jim Marstall - an 8”W X 5”H Cherry bowl.
|Above, from Greg
two (13” and 11” long) Harry Potter magic wands make for his
Below, from Bob Grudberg - a 14”H closed-form vase made of Curley Maple with a Walnut top cap.
|Below, from Doug Pearson - two hollow forms with carved rims and surface treatments. The piece on the right has been ebonized and then treated with liming wax to lighten the grain.||Below, from Jayne Hart - two Yew boxes of approximately 4”W and a Silver Maple box of 3” W.|
Right, from John Trant - two lidded boxes with delicate finials.
Below left and right, from Don Johnson - a 7’W X 2”H Myrtle bowl with a lapped rim and a 10”W X 3”H Elm bowl with an ebonized raised rim, and 11”W X 3”H bleached Maple with painted on Indian symbols.
Right, from Don Riggs - a rotating ball pyramid, a lidded box, and a Natural Edge goblet.
Below left, from Tom Boley - a set of stacking shallow bowls (three layers) of 12”W X 6”H made of Oak with a Cocobolo top.
Below right, from Tom Boley - an 1”W x 1”H Paduak Platter.
Below left, from Richard Walsh - a 10”W X 3”H Curley Maple shallow bowl.
Photos taken by Jim Marstall