Wedge Plates
Three Plates made from Mahogany scraps from guitar necks c.1973
Patchwork Bowl and Plate
Various woods c.1975
Bloodwood Bowl
Bloodwood Bowl c.1985?
Nested Juniper Bowls
Juniper Bowl c.1988

A few of my first woodturnings, see the Early Woodturnings page for more information.


Plate #45
Vessel #45 -Maple, Cherry & Rosewood
Plate #46
Vessel #46 - Mahogany, Maple & Imbuya

Vessel # 45 & #46 were the first of many in this style, both were shown in the International Turned Objects Show of 1988.


Bowl #56
Vessel #56 - Redwood, Birch & Birch plywood
Plate #47
Vessel #47 - Maple, Koa & Wenge
Bowl #57
Vessel #57 - Maple, Koa & Wenge
Three examples of the Hexagonal Plan, #57 was made in part from offcuts of #47.


Plate #78
Vessel # 78 - Birch, Birch plywood & Koa

Vessel #105 - Birch & Birch plywood
Two variations of a theme, #105 has a transparent blue finish.


Plate #107
Vessel # 107 - Mahogany, Vermilion& Maple
Plate #110
Vessel #110 - Mahogany, Vermilion& Maple
Another example of the regeneration phenomenon, #110 is made of the leftovers from #107.


Bowl 393
Vessel # 93 - Maple, Cherry, Rosewood & Ebony
Bowl #75
Vessel # 75 - Maple, Cherry & Rosewood


Bowl #106
Vessel # 106 - Redwood & Maple
Bowl #163
Vessel # 162 - Redwood & Rosewood
Both of these pieces are oversanded to give a weathered texture to the Redwood.


Bowl #108
Vessel #108 - Mahogany, Ebony & Maple
Bowl #109
Vessel #109 - Mahogany, Ebony & Maple
un-numbered bowl
Vessel #683 - Maple, Mahogany & Ebony
There were plenty of leftovers from #108, so #109 is very similar. The far right piece has the leftover leftovers from #109. The number seems out of sequence. When I was finishing the piece I made a mistake and didn't see a way to correct it. So, the piece went into a box and into storage. In 2005 I brought it out and realized it wouldn't be all that hard to repair, so I did. What to number it? It sould be about #125, but that was already taken. There seemed nothing to do but put it in the series by its finish date.

 


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