Capital Area Woodturners Gallery

Turnings Brought to the September 1999 Meeting


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Above, Inlayed lidded boxes using a router with an inlay attachment, by Don Johnson.


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.

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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. idr9909a.jpg (21256 bytes)

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.

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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

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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. icl9909c.jpg (16401 bytes)

Photos taken by Jim Marstall