Above left, from Bill Hardy - two natural-edged Cherry bowls, both approximately 10”W X 6”H, one finished and one unfinished.
Above right, from Tom Boley - “The nest of the rare Mesquite eagle” 20”W X 4”H.
Right, from Phil Brown - a 12”W X 10”H spalted and wormy Curly Maple funnel shaped vase.
Below right, from Doug Pearson - a 6”W X 4”H Oak natural-edged hollow form and a 12”H X 6”W Spalted Maple Natural-edged hollow form.
Below left, from Don Johnson - 8”W X 1”H Tiger Maple dish band sawed and re-mounted aon a base, and nine marbleized tops with cavechon inserts on the spinning tip.
|Above left, from Frank
a 14”W Red Oak platter.
Above right, from Patrick O’Brien - 12”W X 1”H Walnut platter, another 15” W Maple platter and a 8”H Grapefruit vase with a carved footed-base.
Left, from Mike Parker - Mike’s 2nd turned item - a 5”H X 3”W Mahogany box with a fitted lid.
|Above, from Dean
A 10W X 5”H Yews hollow-form.
Below from Don Hart - a VERY large piece for Don Hart. A 20”W X 9”H spalted Maple salad bowl.
|Above, from Elliot
a 6”w X 2”H Afzalin burl lidded box.
Below, from Phil Brown - 4 funnel-shaped vases made from spalted Maple (left-front and rear) and a Copper Beech at the right rear.
|Below, from Frank Stephanski - a 22”H X 4”W stylized bird with copper tubing, Cedar, Maple, Lacewood, and porcupine quills.||Below, from Joyce Beene - a natural-edged bowl of 6”W X 3”H Maple with wood burning surface treatments and carvings.|
Below left, from Bill Fowkes - a 7foot high mobile made of dowel-wood with Oak willow-tops and an Oak base with a Maple central stand including butterflies.
|Below right, from Greg Downs - an Ash three-legged stool 14”H X 10”W.|
Below left, from John Trant - a 3”H Mahogany lidded box.
|Below right, from Doug Pearson - a 16”W X 10”H maple burl.|
Photos taken by Jim Marstall