This red oak burl bowl was turned using regular woodturning tools and is the only piece that I have made that my wife won’t let me sell.
It is finished with my usual finish: a coat of oil followed by a coat of Deft lacquer that I slathered on, let sit for a few minutes, and then wiped off. I learned this technique in a class with Dale Nish back in the late 80s at Craft Supplies.
As a way of introduction, I was the editor of Woodturning Design magazine before it folded some years ago. I am also a former Industrial Arts teacher.
Artist: Joe Herrmann
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