Wood Turning

  • Segmented Vase – Pine

    A segmented vase made from 108 separate pieces of pine. The vase measures 7″ high with the widest aspect at 5″. The Vase is finished with Paste Wax. Suitable for many uses, preferably dry uses.

  • Spruce Plate – Maple Leaf Relief

    Continuing my series of combining the CNC with the lathe, I machined the face (Maple Leaf) and then turned the bottom of the plate.  The first plate is finished with Oak stain and a few coats of Wipe On Poly.  The Second plate is finished with Walnut Stain and a few coats of wipe On […]

  • Turned Maple Box

    A 2″ x 4″ turned Maple Box, with a pressure fit top. Finished with a few coats of Triple E wax.

  • Shallow Bowls

    Small, shallow bowls are fun to turn and the options are endless, when you begin see the grain structure that appears as you turn a rough piece of lumber into a smooth useful item.  Suitable for candy dishes, coin dishes and many other uses.    I would suggest you visit each photo to view the species […]

  • Plate – Live Edge

    Small Live Edge Plate from the Scrap pile. not sure what species, but has a nice grain. Finished with Wipe On Poly

  • Plates

    Just as small, shallow bowls are fun to turn, Plates are also a joy to turn.  The wood begins to speak to you as you begin to remove wood from the blank.  When you begin see the grain structure that appears as you turn a rough piece of lumber, the shape of the piece emerges.  At […]

  • Wedding Wine Goblets

    A personal way to celebrate the joining of a couple, a pair of the Turned wine goblets.  I try to create a matching set based on the personality of the couple. For My Daughter and Son-in-law, the goblets were from Ash, a strong solid wood, finished with Antique Oil. For my Son and Daughter-in-law, I […]