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A grand bark live edge welcomes you to peek inside this maple bowl. Complete with pith, inclusions, and live edges, this piece is welcome and interesting to look at. Wood turned from a New Hampshire red maple tree.
A beautiful wood turned hollow form measuring 20cm deep and 21cm high. This woodturning is comprised of an aspen wood base with a poplar and burnt ash wood lid.
Two segmented bowls. Each wood turned bowl is comprised of oak and walnut wood and then turned by hand and finished with wax to create these wonderful woodturnings.
This cherry wood vase was woodturned by Rolf Berndes. He found the piece of timber in the firewood pile before putting it on the lathe and turning it into a wonderful piece of wood turned art.
Woodturned from spalted walnut, this hollow form urn was turned using the Woodcut Pro-Form hollowing tool. Added to the gallery by Rolf Berndes
Olive wood pen with 24k gold accents. This lovely pen was turned on the wood lathe for my wife. She uses it every day at work and love the wood grain pattern. This pen has a beautiful shiny and durable finish that makes the grain pop even more.
A great example of captive ring goblets. The captive rings surround the stem and are created by working the wood on the lathe. These goblets are wood turned on a lathe to create beautiful works of art.
Comprised of three species of wood, this lidded hollow form boasts Elm, Poplar, and Monkeypod. Finished using a simple paste to enhance the beauty and allow the grain patterns of the wood to speak for themselves.
A vibrant red Bloodwood pen with gold and black accents and a strong, durable finish. The rich, deep, red color of this pen is natural. Bloodwood looks fantastic when accompanied by a clear finish.
A woodturned sphere made using cherry wood, standing on a turned pear wood base. The cherry was saved from a firewood pile to make this beautiful woodturning.
A woodturned box with lid. This wooden box was hand turned from pine and finished with a combination of oil and wax. Added to the woodturning gallery by Felicia Gowenius.
Woodturned from Norfolk Island pine, this set of hollow forms have been denoted the Wagon Wheel Series. An array of colors and wood gain gives these pieces a wonderful look.
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