Aspen hollow form, turned around the pith. About 7″ tall, 5″ diameter. Finished with lacquer and buffed.
Aspen Hollow Form, turned around the pith and sliced. Slices re-assembled with Walnut pewa. About 7″ tall, 5″ diameter. Finished with lacquer and buffed.
I’ve been enjoying making hollow forms recently. This is just a sampling of some of the recent ones.
Maple, with a bit of spalting on the top:
Another cottonwood form. I like how layering various colors of dye brings out the figure in cottonwood.
This hollowform really shows off some nice Aspen grain figure.
5″ diameter, 5.25″ tall, with about a 1″ opening.
$55 – Sold
This is a small hollowform – just 2.5″ diameter and 3″ tall. It is Aspen, with a cap (attached, not a lid) of ebonized Walnut.
Not for Sale
Shallow Aspen bowl or dish, 10″ diameter.
Three Aspen bowls with Lichtenberg patterns burned around the side. Largest bowl is about 6″, the other two are 5″.
All have sold – $25