Hollow Form, about 11.75″ tall, 7″ diameter. From a crotch of Maple. Lacquer finish. Maple pewa secure a bark inclusion and a crack.
Hollow from from an Elm crotch. About 10″ diameter and 6″ high.
Turned side-grain – that is, like a bowl, where the mouth of the form is pointing at the tree’s center (pith) and the foot pointing towards the bark.
Bark inclusion bridged with a single Wenge pewa.
Interior painted flat black to enhance the negative space of the interior. Exterior finished with walnut oil to highlight the figure and grain.
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.
Round (spherical) Ash hollow form, turned on 2 axes and sliced thru a third. Re-assembled the two halves with Wenge pewa. About 6″ diameter. Finished with lacquer and buffed.
Hollow Form. Ash with Turquoise inlay in a couple cracks. About 6″ tall, 4-1/2″ diameter. Lacquer finish.
Hollow form from a burl of unknown wood. Three legs or stilts of dyed walnut. It is about 4″ diameter and sits about 5″ high.
Ash, with a small bark inclusion. Walnut pewa repair a couple cracks. About 4-1/2″ diameter.
Ash hollow form, sliced and reassembled with Maple pewa. About 8″ diameter, 6-3/4″ high. Finished with walnut oil.
Hollow form from an Ash crotch. Sliced and reassembled with Wenge pewa. About 7-1/2 ” diameter, 4″ high. Finished with lacquer.
American Woodturner, April 2023, Vol 38, No 2