Above left, from Tom Boley - A rack of bottle-stoppers that we can all use to get some ideas about shapes. Part of Tom’s demonstration from the Nov meeting.
Above right, from Tom Boley - a 7”W X 2”H Cherry bowl with a hole filled in with brass key shavings mixed in with CA glue.
Right, from Don Riggs - a 14”W X 4”H burl bowl with an ebonized rime and base.
Below right, from Mike Vore - 2 shallow Apple bowls.
Below left, from Steven Lear - 2 candlesticks, one 8”H and one 7”H made of Maple.
|Above left, from Greg
a natural edge Cherry bowl made for donation to the United Way
silent auction at Greg’s work, made in his mentor’s (Alan Becker)
Above right, from Neil Kagan - “His & Hers” goblets to be given as engagement gifts; 8”H X 4”W with carved hearts under the base made of Zebrawood and Rosewood.
Left, from Tom Scharenbrock - a 14” tree and 5 fly houses.
|Above, from C.
A. Savoy -
a 14”W Ambrosia Maple platter.
Below from Alan Becker - an 8”W X 4”H Walnut bowl with beaded exterior surface.
|Above, from Neil
a turned/carved/pierced work in progress.
Below, from Seth Hurlbert - three Maple bowls with some spalting of 10”W X 6”H; 8”W X 5”H; and 6:W X 3”H.
|Below, from Dean Swagert - a 6”H X 4”W segmented construction turning made of Paduak, Yellowheart, Walnut, Maple, and Purpleheart. Dean will demonstrate this in 2004.||Below, from SDrew Mitchell - a 6”W X 4”H Cherry unfinished bowl and a 3½”W X 3”H Holly bowl burned in the inside and under the bottom.|
Right, from Doug Pearson - a 18”H X 8”W Walnut hollow.
Below right, from Bob Grudberg - a 6”W X 6”H Cedar vase and a 8”W X 4”H Walnut bowl.
Below left, from Doug Pearson - a 12”W X 10”H Maple hollow, closed form with leather cross-stitching added for texture and accent and a 16”H X 11”W Walnut open form.
|Below, from Don Hart - a 6”W X 3”H Ambrosia Maple bowl and two tool handles used to experiment with alcohol-based dyes for coloring.|
Photos taken by Jim Marstall