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Turner and carver using reclaimed local timber. Includes pictures of very large 800-year old burl. In Canada.
Produces custom woodturning art in Annapolis, Maryland. He strives to create unique turned objects from many tree species, "harvested" from trees that have already been cut down and are usually destined for disposal.
Large turned and carved bowls, hollow forms and platters. Salt Spring, Canada
Artistic, collectible items from Lithuania, a combination of modern and traditional Lithuanian folk- art.
Bowls, goblets, boxes, and artistic items mainly turned in olive and other local Greek woods. [English and Greek]
Biography and gallery of turned items.
Bagley, Robert (Bob)
Hollow forms, bowls and details of the design and layout of his workshop. Also includes computer art and photography.
Turns bowls of different shapes and sizes, includes pages on the process and illustrations of finished bowls. Offers roughed out bowls for sale.
Bowls,hollow forms,and other creations,some left natural but most have been textured, carved and/or coloured.
Turned wood lampshades made of quaking aspen, and other small items. New Hampshire, USA.
Turned and sculpted works in wood, offers tuition and own-designed tools.
Eccentric, segmented, and decorative work from this French turner, including tremblers. Specialist in variations on the standard Chinese ball
Unique and sometimes humorous turned and sculpted work.
Bowls and hollow vessels. Uncludes illustration of home-made sawmill.
Shows mainly turned wood, but also carved, pyrography, paintings, and sculpture, all home produced in Bristol, UK.
Architectural bowls, including end-grain, crotch and wet-turning. Some carving and multi-axis turning to give "bowl in bowl" appearance. California, USA
Hollow forms and bowls.
Bowls produced on a home-made lathe in the West of Ireland from woods such as tulipwood, burr elm and bog oak.
Hollow forms and bowls, often dyed. Custom furniture and baroque flutes.
Bowls, platters, closed and hollow forms, bottlestoppers,and candle holders. Also candles made by Helene Caldwell.
Illustrating turned, sculptural vessels, using cutting and reassembly with the application of epoxy; showing the black and white series.
Gallery and pictorial pages showing the process of turning salvaged Michigan hardwoods into bowls, vases, and hollow forms.
Bowls and vases, embellished with gold leaf and burning, some with bog-oak legs. Also furniture traditionally constructed. In Ireland.
A gallery of recent work, and a little about his approach to designing and making.
Bowls and hollow forms, using both wet and dry turning techniques, from local wind-blown timber. Scottish based.
Bowls and platters, hollowforms, vases, boxes and lamps, and artistic, sculptural pieces. Commissions undertaken. Includes a biography, history of woodturning, FAQ and a weblog.
Bowls, boxes, vases, hollow forms, platters, peppermills and pens. USA
Illustrations of one-off items, such as hollow forms and bowls, gift items and architectural pieces. Includes articles on various aspects of turning and also offers some supplies for sale.
Using local woods to produce bowls, natural-edge bowls, hollow forms and lace bobbins. Page on laser-guided hollowing. South African.
Shows bowls and boxes with intricate inlays of different woods, silver, copper and brass; also jewelry and knives. Information on special finish.
de Vos, Jack
Jack de Vos - hollow forms and artistic turning inspired by nature, including seed-pod series and grass tree vessels.
de Vries, Herman
Galleries and comments on turnings back to 1997, and a page on tools and tips.
Illustrations of bowls and spindle work, some for sale. Ontario, Candada.
Denis, Jean Dominique
Lamps, anamorphosis, dishes, plates, turned sculptures. Offers courses in France.
Gallery of turnings and furniture, as well as courses and furniture repair.
Makes vessels which say something about hardship, character and beauty.
Bowls and hollow vessels, embellished with carving and sculpture.
Turned bowls, boxes and vessels with texturing, carving and color, incorporating Celtic knot designs. Hawaii, USA.
Lidded vessels, containers and boxes, all with fine finials. Connecticut, USA.
Wooden bowls, square bowls, platters, pens, goblets, and candlesticks Pages on finishing and care; and techniques and tips with download PDF versions.
Large one-of-a-kind vessels, wall sculptures and abstract sculptures, accented with carving to give a tactile feel.
Bowls, pots, vessels, "Solstice", "Homage",and "Sphere" series and spirit vessels. Also Wendy Ellsworth jewellery.
Escoulen, Jean Francois
Creates eccentric, seemingly off-balance, artistic pieces. Offers courses and specialist tools. In France.
Fennell, J. Paul
Thin-wall turning and piercing, designs based on leaf and sea patterns and Chinese lattice work and a description of the process. Arizona, USA.
Using burls and spalted wood, specializes in hollow-form vessels, bowls of all sizes, as well as oil lamps, decorative wooden wine tops, and ikebanas. Also Patricia Ferrell's stoneware pottery.
Bowls, platters, candlesticks and small items, such as fruit and mushrooms. Scotland.
Specializes in one-off sculptural and classic forms. Integration of piercing, sandblasting, router work, carving and other texturing techniques.
Many things that can be turned from wood are shown in the gallery pages, includes over three hundred woodturning links and article on microwave drying.
A designer with graphical influences combining form and texture with multi axis techniques, and an emphasis on clocks.
Using native New Zealand woods, creates off-center and multi-center pieces, including musical instruments.
Bowls and vases from local hardwoods (Wisconsin), includes some technical information, including turning metal on a wood lathe.
A range of work based on fruit displays,dishes and bowls, enhancing the wood by using dyes on "green " wood to create natural movement in bowl and dish forms.
Wooden lamps, lampshades and lighted sculpture, which are finished to 1/32-3/32 inch thickness. North Carolina, USA.
Turned and sculpted shell forms, with texturing and coloring.
Project tutorials - hats, baseball cap, crochet hook, and bowls; tips and techniques and descriptions of different gouges.
Produces individual items (bowls, vases, goblets, pens etc.) for practical and decorative purposes. Located in the Forest of Dean, UK.
Features turned bowls, calabashes, natural edges, sculpted turnings, and full relief sculpture all crafted out of exotic Hawaiian woods.
Boxes, 'eggspired' boxes, and finial boxes, all including chased threads; also bowls, closed forms, and pipes. Kansas City, USA
Carved and pierced hollow forms, natural-edge bowls and classic forms. USA
Bowls, vases, platters, boxes, wands, and tops. Includes a biography, gallery of artwork, and a list of upcoming shows.
Gallery of bowls, boxes, lobed and hollow forms. Descriptive list of timbers and brief biography.
Bowls, boxes, balustrades, fruit, and clock sets.
Various woodturnings in Morvern, Scotland.
Hofius, Michael Tracy
Architectural turnings,balusters, porch columns, chalices. communion sets, cremation urns. Includes comprehensive article on sharpening tools.
Abstract sculptural forms turned green, technical notes, FAQs, how-to turn trumpet form.
Challenging the function of the basic form of a bowl has led him to unite wood with different materials such as metals, fused glass and stone.
Specializing in hollow forms, mainly natural edge vessels turned from burls, and off-balance, asymmetrical pieces. California, USA.
Sculptural turner, designer of the Jamieson hollowing tool, and instructor.
Gallery of work - bowls, boxes, and hollow forms; includes article on lathe drilling jig. Based in Sydney, Australia.
Fruit, clocks, barometers, pens, light pulls, and bottle stoppers; also turned posts for kitchen manufacturers, newels and spindles for stairs and spindles for furniture.
Bowls, vessels and platters from indigenous timbers which are embellished with carving and scorching; includes gallery of work. Based in South Africa.
Unusual carved boxes, candlesticks and candelabra.
Thin oil-soaked, uplifted translucent vessels turned from Norfolk pine.
Architectural and furniture parts, specialty and artistic woodturnings. Connecticut, USA.
Kermode , Jerry
Natural edge bowls and vessels, sometimes incorporating stitching using biscuit-jointer Offers tuition. In Sonoma County, CA.
Information, biography and description of his work.
Pots, plaques, goblets, bowls, spoons and the use of pyrography. Several articles on woodturning, bodging, Tunbridge ware and details of his lectures. He writes regularly for the Woodturning magazine.
Spinning tops of all shapes and sizes made out of different selected materials - wood, bone, silver and emerald.
Boxes, goblets and flared-rim vessels. Many interesting articles on techniques and sharpening. Skew chisels and videos for sale. Wisconsin.
Woodturner and inventor - designed and makes a ring cutting tool, eccentric cup chuck, the Leady lathe and a ball turning jig. Based in New South Wales, Australia.
Woodturner specialising in natural edge and burr wood fruit bowls. Jonathan works with local, sustainably sourced timber. The site includes a blog about woodturning and an online shop.
Leland Studios - architectural turnings, laminated candlesticks, miniature stools and ornaments with delicate spindles. Offers instruction. North Carolina.
Experiments in turning with dyed dowels, veneers and shavings. A selection of tools, articles and a glossary of woodworking terminology.
Hollow vessels with surface enhancements, such as carving or incising lines, jig-saw patterns and coloring with dyes, inks or paint.
Lindquist, Melvin and Mark
American pioneer turners, woodturnings and sculpture from burls and spalted wood.
Turner and sculptor using indigenous Western Australian timbers; enclosed forms, vases, bowls, platters and boxes.
From functional pieces to purely decorative bowls and hollow vessels, especially using green wood.
Bowls, funeral urns, boxes and peppermills using German grinding mechanism. Based in Quebec. [French and English]
French woodturner specializing in greenwood turning; produces vegetable and marine sculptured pieces.
Start-to-finish process of turning items, includes DIY projects and informative pages on tools and machines.
Abstract objects using turned wood and other materials. Dutch site with English pages.
Specialises in inside-out turnings - see page of explanation. Maine.
Artistic and functional pieces, handturned in native Irish timbers in Nohoval, Co. Cork, Ireland.
Site features PDF articles and gallery of turnings.
Artful expressions in wood ranging from utilitarian bowls to artistic urns or vases, using woods found in Novia Scotia.
Closed forms, bowls, segmented canisters and some published articles.
Large bowls, vases and platters, artist's statement and biography. Sequence of pictures showing process.
American craftsman turning bowls, natural edge vessels, salad bowl and utensils, hogs-hair brushes and bottle corkers. Some items in include carving.
Nott-Us Wood Turning
Bowls, pens,tall vases, including some engraving - based on the Black Isle in the Highlands of Scotland.
O'Brien, Patrick M.
Alexandria, Virginia - bowls and hollow forms with some carving.
Salad bowls. hollow forms and decorative items. Includes some projects. British Columbia, Canadia.
Artistic turning, including carving. Galleries showing development over the years and gallery of visiting artistic turners. Articles on tools and projects, including steady for trembler. Grenoble, France.
Specialises in green (or wet) turning of bowls and hollow forms to produce one off pieces; gallery of work and information on woodturning courses.
Bowls, candles, clocks and fruit in English woods and reclaimed timbers.
Distinctive works with coloring, piercing, and architectural elements; also book and how-to's dvds, tools and supplies. Illinois, USA.
Projects from hardwood burls, mainly natural-edged turned green.
Features hollow forms, bowls, billiard ball boxes and illustrates his hollowing tools and reverse chucking method.
Wooden bowls, vessels, and vases turned from exotic and domestic woods. Includes information about shows schedule.
Turned work including bowls, hollow forms, platters, candles sticks and items for restoration, made using native woods. Based in North Dorset, England.
Turnings embellished with sculpting and carving, egg series and altered plate series. USA
Roy Signal's gallery of a variety of forms.
A Greek turner who demonstrates internationally. Uses local woods - olive, carob, walnut, eucalyptus and includes carving and off-centre work. Page on his own designed tools and articles he has written.
Gallery of product lines including bowls, boxes, candlesticks and many treen items. Includes narrated slideshows - needs QuickTime.
Unusual forms, turned and carved, often incorporating driftwood, sometimes turned on the bias. Lives in Southwest Virginia.
Galleries of artistic woodturning using various craft techniques, including beadwork, to enhance and embellish - with associated hints pages explaining how each effect is achieved.
Lathe turned and sculpted large vessels, with names like 'Floating Tiger' and 'Emerging Flower'.
Turned wooden bowls with added carving, decoration and fluting. Offers instruction. Vermont.
Styer, John A.
All kinds of treen, from bookmarks to whistles. Includes a page on the philosophy of lathe art.
Production turner offering courses and demonstrations. Work includes furniture components, architectural work and one off specials.
From knots and burls in salvaged Muskoka wood to bowls and hollowed vessels in Ontario.
Tulip, Helen & Geoff
Creators of large centrepiece bowls and platters, Celtic carving, and gifts for all occasions; made from local Irish timber
Using native timbers, he creates turned and organic sculptures many using pierced work. Based in the wheatbelt of South Western Australia
Artistic and humble bowls, architectural turnings and instructions for bowl turning. Provides tuition.
Valentine, Carole B.
Provides information about the artist,and a photo gallery of pieces, mainly hollow forms.
van Ness, Gerritt
Turner and sculptor using mixed-media materials. Lives in Bayview, Washington.
Round Rock, Texas resident displays lathe work from local timbers.
Webber , Andy
Showing some examples of his work with descriptions and explanations. Also metal turning and ropework. Berkshire, UK.
Makes bowls, plates, and art objects from fallen trees; includes an article on greenwood turning.
Bowls, plates and vessels. Also hints and techniques. Ontario, Canada.
Uses sculptural art to transform ordinary vessels into new shapes eliciting visions of far-off times and places.
Platters, bowls, and vessels enhanced with carving and coloring on a botanical theme. Ohio, USA.
Square, flowing lidded-boxes, and 48'x 8' turned wall mural
Square turning, bowls and oil lamps.
Illustrations of her work, hollow vessels, boxes, and one-off titled pieces. Also includes a weblog with photos of the International Turning Exchange.
Yvonne Arlott, Yvonne
Bowls, platters, boxes, goblets, vases and sculpture, often with piercing, and barley twists.
Vases with pierced work, hollow forms, bowls and natural edge forms.
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