Segmented turning demands precision woodworking skills, turning skills and a lot of patience.
My segmented and turned bowls have received numerous awards in local craft competitions.
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A gift for my wife, this box is crafted from various woods and lined with rich, red felt. Wood(s): Maple, […]
The idea for this unusual piece started while stacking some childrens’ building blocks. Most of it is Maple, with Bubinga […]
This intricate inlay includes small pieces of Brazillian Rosewood I found in a corner of my father’s workshop after he […]
This unusual free form tray is cut from a piece of Maple Crotch I rescued from the wood pile destined […]
This beautiful hollow form bowl is cut from Maple Burl and turned to show off its best features. Wood(s): Maple […]
Segmented Mahogany vessel inspired by Grecian pottery. The feature ring is of Mahogany, Maple, and Padauk while the lip is […]
This solid bowl cut from butternut crotch displays exquisite grain. A really unique piece. Wood(s): Butternut Crotch Pieces: 1 Dimensions: […]
WHAT OTHERS SAY
I think your work is amazing. I am a novice turner from Ireland & your Bowl #14 is amazing.
How do you do the intruding spikes in your turnings? They are truly amazing and really add a touch of class.
I am retired and have a wood shop downtown Abilene. I do some bowl turning but mostly cabinets. I have looked at your gallery and I say all is beautiful. I have been doing too much of my work for free (just a good old boy). I now want to turn some of the designs that I see here.
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