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  1. Ray

    Just playing with color on this oak, end grain, hollow form. It measures 4.75 inches by 3.5 inches. It was finished with aniline dye, spray lacquer, and tinted green wax. I am pleased with how the yellow ray flecks, orange/red and green all work together. All comments, especially critiques, are...
  2. Funky Curves

    This is two pieces of ash with a piece of Zebra wood in the center. It is almost 7 inches tall. It will make a nice vase or just an abstract decorative piece. I rarely know what the design of a piece will be before I start turning it, it just sort of comes to me. I was feeling kind of strange...
  3. Crhristmas Gifts 2010

    This year was a bit less ambitious than last year and usually involved turning. The first bowl is for my mother. Locally sourced camphor branch crotch piece. Normally I would keep the natural edge but this piece had some interesting spalting I wanted to feature in the bottom of the bowl so...
  4. Hollow Vase.

    This is a hollow vase ( hollowed from the bottom) made from a branch I cut off our honey Locust tree. It is 3 1/2" diameter and 6 1/2" high and finished with Danish Oil and 3 stage buff and wax. It almost made it!! The last photo shows what happened to the side- it broke through where it is...
  5. Classic vase

    This vase is made from spalted sycamore -a little left-over piece that appeared to have a lot of flaws in it. Who would have thought that such lovely grain lay hidden beneath.
  6. Plywood Object/ Vase/ Condiment holder

    This is made from a 3inch square lump of ply with 3 layers of 1/2 inch ply added to the faces in a flush/overlap pattern. The finished size is 4.75in x4.5in tall. Sanded to 400 and finished with Shellawax friction polish. Hope you like it and thanks for looking. C & C welcome. Bob
  7. Orbit

    This is the next in my Hubble Telescope series. The two knots appear to be in orbit. The end grain hollow form measures 9.25 inches by 5 inches and is turned from White European Poplar. It is finished with aniline dyes and lacquer. All comments, especially critiques, are welcomed and appreciated.
  8. roled rim chevron

    277 pieces of maple,walnut and bubuinga,roled the rim top and bottom
  9. Paddle Wheel Vase

    This walnut and maple vase started out as 75 pounds of wood because I did not have a good idea of what I wanted it to look like. It is now 12" X 12" and weighs 5 pounds. A wheel barrel of shavings and burning up a lathe, here it is. It won 1st place in woodworking at The Newport Blue Bridge...
  10. glo

    This maple hollow form vessel measures approximately 7 inches tall by 6 inches wide. It was airbrushed with red, yellow and blue aniline dyes. It is finished with wipe-on poly. All comments and critiques are welcomed and appreciated.
  11. Deadwood

    Maple hollow form vessel measuring approximately 7 inches by 7 inches. It was turned from an original maple tree from a local rural cemetery. All critiques and comments are welcomed and appreciated.
  12. Live Edge Eucalyptus Turning

    Here is a Live Edge Vase I turned from the Eucalyptus I scored last month. It was still VERY wet and was spraying at me as I turned. 3 1/2 tall X 6 1/2 Wide (at the widest). Sanded to 400 grit, saturated with mineral oil and resanded to 400. Finished with 5 coats of Tung Oil/Varnish with 0000...
  13. Arched bud vase or candle holder

    Hi there, it's been a while since I posted anything. Truth be told, I've been very busy re-building my shop…after the flood. But that's a different story. This posting is to show some xmas gifts that I managed to finish just a couple days ago, the Danish oil is just about dry ;). The idea for...
  14. Segmented Pot

    An attempt at a segmented turning, this pot has over 60 pieces of wood in it. Made from cherry and ash, with ebony veneer feature strips, it stands about 6.5" high and the wall thickness is about 1/8". I always have lots of pieces left over from my projects and am reluctant to toss anything of...
  15. Limb Slice Vase

    This is a lathe turned base of mesquite. The body was a mesquite log which was rounded and cut to length. Random sized holes were then drilled into the outside surface to the depth of about 1/2". Then mesquite limb slice segments the size of each hole were glued into the holes with a healthy...
  16. Air Head

    This is my first attempt at airbrushing a turned piece. The hollow form vase was turned from end grain Tree of Heaven wood. It measures 3.25" wide by 6.25" tall. I dyed it with an overall yellow aniline dye, airbrushed red and blue aniline dyes, sprayed 5 coats of lacquer, rubbed in black tinted...
  17. More Segmented Vases

    Maple and Walnut Vase 6 1/8" H x 6" D Finished with Wipe on Poly 209 pieces After making my first segmented bowl, I was enthused with making more because I enjoyed making it and wanted to do more. This time I went with similar hardness of wood and was very pleased with the result I got...
  18. New pieces I have been working on

    This is some new designs I have been working on.
  19. Bumble

    This hollow form vase is turned from end grain Tree of Heaven wood. It measures 9" tall and 3.5" wide. It is finished with black aniline dye, blue aniline dye, spray lacquer, liming wax tinted yellow, and Briwax. All comments are welcome and appreciated.

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