|Above, Inlayed lidded boxe using a router with an inlay attachment, by Don
Johnson, made from Tiger's Eye Maple and Bolivian Rosewood legs.
Below, a 12" natural edge bowl made from Locust by George Skorupski
|Above, Kingwood latch lid boxes, Sliver Maple platter, serving bowl, and
coasters, and Apple bowl and Zebrawood candle holder, by Paul Burke.
Below, 5 bowls from Oak, Elm, Maple and Dogwood, by George Skorupski.
|Left, more natural edge forms from George Skorupski.|
|Right, one of C.A. Savoy's holiday ornaments made from a Dogwood tree from the grounds of George Washington's Mt. Vernon home.|
A number of cherry platters and a holly bowl by Bob Marshal. The largest 13 inches.
The platter to the right, won the competition in its category in the Washington Woodcarvers competition.
|Above, a Box Elder lidded box by CAW President, Ray Inaba||Above, a 8"w x 4"h Ash bowl by Richard Allen|
Photos taken by Jim Marstall