|Above, 5"w x 2"h White Mountain Ash hollow with carved rim by
Below, many years ago, Dr John Bledsoe, while on an historic inspection tour of the old Boston South Railroad Station picked up a section of 2x4 cutoff from the roof beams made from Southern Yellow Pine. John recently turned this small dish.
|Above, 6"w x 4"h Bolivian rosewood bowl by Jim Marstall.
Below, Gene Milstead turned this 5" x 5" pressed Popular (man-made material) bowl with a cherry bottom.
|Left, Richard Lowman turned a potpourri bowl out of Bubinga, and a Padauk box, both with ornamental inserts.|
|A 2" x 2" maple box with bloodwood finial by Mike McInerney||"Tough as a rock" natural edge oak endgrain bowl by George Skorupski.|
|Above, Don Riggs has been in mass production mode again, this time with beautiful ball clocks from Ambrosia Maple.||Above, more bowls and balls by Don Riggs.|
|Right, a collection of cannisters of Lacewood staves and Walnut top/bottoms. They are 10", 7", 5" high by 6" wide. This was a collaborative effort between Richard Allen and Paul Burke.|
|Left, another collaborative effort between Richard Allen and 1st time turner Susanne Streety - 27"h x 16"w Maple table.|
|Right, Jayne Hart has been expermenting with natural edge turning, and doing a mighty fine job. Here, two natural edge forms, and a walnut vase with sapwood accents.|
|Right a 7"w x 5"h Japanese Yew bowl from Jayne Hart.|
|Right, Bob Marshall brought in a collection of his minitures recently turned from Lacewood, Tagua Nut, Basswood,, Walnut, and Mahogany.|
|Left, a collection from John Overman. Various forms from Cherry, Mahogany, Mesquite, Redwood Burl, and glued up Pine knots.|
Photos taken by Jim Marstall