Above left, from Aaron Grebeldinger 5H X 6W Spalted Apple bowl and a 7H X 6W Mananita root hollow form.
Above right, from Bob Grudberg 12H X 6W Curly Maple flame vase.
Right, from Patrick OBrien 4H X 5W Holly natural edge hollow form, a 4H X 5W Grapefruit natural edge HF, an 8W X 3H Birch natural edge bowl and a 4W X 2H Birch bowl.
Below right, from Mike Parker Mike 1st turning: a sake bowl from Bradford Pear tree.
Below left, from Peter Walsh a 6H peppermill with an Apple base and a Cherry top.
|Above left, from John
Overman 4H X 9W Maple bowl and a 4H X 8W Arborvitae bowl.
Above right, from David Jacobowitz 3H X 6W Burmese Roasewood hollow form.
Left, from Don Riggs 8W Walnut plate, 5H X 4W Ambrosia Maple natural edge goblet, and a 5H X 5W Maple lidded box.
|Above, from Jim
Kohlenberger a 6H X 10W Segmented hollow form made of Maple,
Bloodwood, and rosewood.
Below from John Noffsinger 6:H X 12W Maple burl natural edge hollow form, and 3H X 2W unknown wood and a 5H X 3W English Yew.
|Above, from Steve
Bishop 15W Black Ash burl platter and a 6H X 6W Big Leaf
maple burl Rowly Bowly 2.
Below, from Jayne Hart from left to right around the circle, the steps to making a square-edged bowl as demonstrated by Tom Crabb at the July 02 meeting.
Photos taken by Jim Marstall