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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.
Check out this beautiful spalted birch woodturned bowl. Harvested from a rotting birch tree, this piece was turned and submitted to the gallery by Felicia Gowenius.
A stunning showstopper! This gallery-worthy piece is wood turned from chestnut burr. The beautiful finish makes this woodturning stand out. Submitted to Art Of Turning by Chris Parker.
This beauty is is a natural edge woodturned bowl from laburnum, a small European tree that has hanging clusters of yellow flowers succeeded by slender pods containing poisonous seeds. Finished with woodoc 5 and added to the gallery by George Watkins.
Carved wood turned hollow form created using a piece of Beech wood. This creative piece was turned on a wood lathe, then carved and finished with copper accent paints.
A brilliant hand turned hollow form maple vase. This woodturning stands 9″ tall and measures 8 inches at it’s widest point. Hand finished using various techniques for a beautiful rustic look.
Wood turned and hand crafted box elder bowl with reactive metal paint, finished with a sorby texture tool and acrylic clear coat. Made from box elder wood from Wisconsin USA.
Smoke bush burl woodturning. A wood turned bowl made using a burl from smoke bush. This fun bowl has a nice natural finish and amazing grain patterns.
A wonderful wood turned thin rimmed spalted beech bowl. The beech wood from this bowl was harvested from a felled tree along a utility right of way. Finished by wet sanding with walnut oil, this thin rim bowl is a showstopper.
A statement piece, this Osage Orange platter or bowl measured 18 inches in diameter and seven inches tall. It was turned on a wood lathe from an Osage Orange burl that was harvested nearly 45 years ago.
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