Above left, from Don Johnson - 12”W X 4” H Box elder.
Above right, from Don Hart - 3 ½”H X 11”W Yellow Birch salad bowl.
Right, from Patrick O’Brien - a 4” Madrone burl bowl, a 8”W Dogwood pedestal, and a 5”H X 2”W natural edge Maple open form.
Below right, from Bob Grudberg - 11”H X 10”W Spalted Maple vase.
Below left, from Mike Vore - a 6”H X 5 ½”W Cherry hollow form with an African Blackwood rim.
|Above left, from Cal
a wine stopper, a shallow dish, and a ring cup all based on the use
of a glue-stick block, cut and inserted where appropriate.
Above right, from Jonathan Hess - a 3”H X 4”W Cocobolo with Turquoise rim repair.
Left, from Joe Cavanaugh - 4”H X 11”W Cherry salad bowl.
|Above, from Tom
8 ½ “W Ambrosia Maple shallow dish.
Below from Aaron Grebeldinger - a 10”W Maple bowl and a 5”W Pear bowl.
|Above, from Aaron
a 16”W Maple platter and a 10” W spalted Sycamore bowl.
Below, from Richard Allen - 18”W Zebrawood platter.
|Below, from Richard Allen - 14”W Mahogany platter.||Below, from Steve Bishop - a 13”W Ambrosia maple bowls with a landscaped grain pattern and another “rolly bowly” bowl.|
Right, from Don Riggs - a series of natural-edged hollow forms and goblets.
Below right, from Doug Pearson - a 7”H X 10”W hollow form with a carved rim ala John Jordan.
Below left, from Mike McInerney - A Cherry lidded box.
Photos taken by Jim Marstall