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  1. vase- segmented turning

    I made this beauty some time ago but forgot to post it, and its a favorite of mine. Maple and purpleheart with thin white and black veneer strips as accents, its sit on a solid carved three legged base. At 10 3/4" high and 7 1/2' at widest point in contains 132 segments plus all the veneer...
  2. 6-sided Vase

    Maple vase, 9" tall and 4" in diameter. Based on an article titled "The Lost Wood Process" by Lowell Converse that appeared in the Spring, 2000 edition of American Woodturner, the journal of the American Association of Woodturners (AAW).
  3. Walnut Vase

    I made this for a friend about a year ago, as he wanted to give his wife something special for her anniversary. He wanted a walnut vase filled with her favorite flowers, so he asked if I would turn something for him. This was the design he liked. I finished it like I would a pen, with the...
  4. FIREWOOD BLOCK, sometimes it takes allot of trimming before you find a usable piece

    Cheap way to go, but the result can be priceless, The cuttings can be turned into heat energy though. Wanted to make a winged vase like I seen in a book, so started with a crotch section of the tree. Cut, cut and cut some more, not much left, change of plans. Just mount on the lathe and see...
  5. Brooke

    This hollow form vase is turned from end grain, blistered maple. The grain pattern reminds me of river rock at the bottom the stream I used to play and fish in as a kid. It is 10" tall and 5.5" wide. It is finished with Waterlox. You can view some of the progress pictures here. All comments...
  6. Purple Haze

    Purple Haze is 6" D x 10" H and is made from a Holly tree that I received from a member of my wood turning club in Jacksonville, FL. It was being cut down because the tenants wanted a better view of the yard that this tree was blocking! I got a half dozen pieces and this is my first turning of...
  7. segmented vase

    This was my first large segmented vase that I did this weekend. I believe its 252 segments total at a 15° angle. I used some scrap walnut that I had laying around and the light wood is a pallet that I picked up from work. Hollow inside and sanded down to 600, applied to coats of boiled linseed...
  8. Sawdust Art

    You've probably seen Sand Art before, but I thought I would try Sawdust Art. I bought a vase from the dollar store and filled it with sawdust from different types of wood. I placed a pizza box lid under my table saw to catch the saw dust, then dumped it in the vase. It took about 10-15 cuts...
  9. Hacker

    This hollow form vessel is turned from end grain spalted hack berry. It measures approximately 9.5 inches tall by 6 inches wide. It is finished with wipe-on poly. All comments and critiques are welcomed and appreciated.
  10. Simple Bud Vase

    Here's a simple bud vase that I made a while ago. Walnut block with contrasting veneers laminated in place. The glass container is a test tube, and the hole is a snug fit to hold the test tube, but it is easily removed for cleaning. Finish is beeswax.
  11. The water lily

    Turned Alabaster vase and carved flower on cherry and mahogany lid.
  12. Tannie

    This hollow form vessel and its finial are turned from end grain maple. It is finished with airbrushed acrylics. It measures approximately 10.5 inches tall by 5.25 inches wide. All comments and critiques are welcomed and appreciated.
  13. Cherry vases

    I created a pair a cherry vases - or hollow forms. I wanted to try a different shape from my previous versions and I'm pleased with the results. The spalting that showed up was a wonderful surprise and really made for some interesting forms on the sides. Projects were finished with a coat of...
  14. More vases...

    Here are some more turnings coming off of the lathe. I made a walnut vase (similar to a previous project) from an old walnut post taken from a Missouri barn. And included a few worm holes, too! The lighter colored vases are made from a good ol' North Carolina gumball tree that a relative had...
  15. Recent Turnings

    This is what i've been up to, the first picture is a camphor-rosewood miniature hollowform 1 1/4×15/16" finished with thin superglue, micro meshed then scratch-X then some kind liquid of car wax (dont remember the name) i reallyyy like turning miniatures :D this hollowform is going to be given...
  16. Rain

    This is my first attempt at pyrography. This elm vessel measures approximately 5 inches wide by 7 inches tall. It was burned, dyed with aniline dye, and finished with clear flat acrylic spray. All comments and critiques are welcomed and appreciated.
  17. Flowers and vase

    Quick gift I made for the wife. Petals of flowers and stem are pine cut out on scroll saw. Center of flower is walnut as well as the scroll saw heart. Turned the oak vase on make shift lathe. (wood screwed to pulley on motor)
  18. Segmented Vase

    A vase just finished, made of maple, walnut and yellowheart. It's 6"D x 7"H.
  19. Spalted Maple Vase

    I tried a walnut collar out… don't know if I went through the best process of making one… but it came out okay. This is 5 1/2" high and 4 3/4" in diameter.
  20. Black Leafy Vase

    Another carved vase. Birch and acrylic paint.
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