|Above, Inlayed lidded boxes using a router with an inlay attachment, by
Below, a 5"w x 3"h Walnut bowl, a 5"w x 4"h Maple bowl, and a 3"w x 2"h African Greehheart (very dense and hard) bowl, by Dave Hawley
|Above, a couple of pine locomotive toys with many turned parts, which John
Overman made for his grandson.
Below, a Padauk Yo-Yo by Ken Nelson.
|Addicted to captive rings!!
Left, a collection of children's rattles made for an elementary school music class to teach rhythm. Made by Richard Allen.
|Right, Don Riggs, is still making his Ambrosia Maple balls, and getting pretty good at it.|
More Chris Light
Right, a 10"w x 8"h yellow-dyed Silver Maple bowl.
Below right, a 12"h x 8"w Pine hollow form, multi-color dyed Elm, and a Maple form.
Below, a Pecan hollow form, a Manzanita burl base with a Mahogany acorn, and a Maple free form carved and dyed.
|Above, "Gaugin's Cup" of dyed Maple and an Oak Natural edge.
Below, a green-dyed Silver Maple and a Pecan free form with a carved and shapped rim.
|Above, "Eye See You" Bradford Pear.
Below, a Maple bowl shape, dyed
|Right, Chris says this will likely become his signature piece. A 5"w x 7"h Oak hollow form with an off-center finial of Persimmon - textured and dyed.|
Photos taken by Jim Marstall