Turning of the month chosen from the
AWGB Web Forum
May Vessels coloured with acrylic inks by Andy44
Acrylic coloured vases
April Created by Nick Simpson’s alter-ego Prof’ Bergenstrauser, Victorian/Edwardian romantic, inventor and steampunk engineer. The cups are made of sycamore and the eggs cherry. Only the straight pipes and elbows are metal.
March A blackwood vase by Tony_A
February A platter by Ian Ethell.
Sycamore, aluminium and resin platter. 65cm diameter
January A platter by Les Symonds.
Decorated with pyrography Celtic images and a turquoise stone on the centre. Diameter 45cm
December Open segmented bowl by Malcy.
Segmented bowl turned from over 2000 pieces of maple, wenge, purple heart, yellow heart, osage orange and bloodwood. 22cm diameter by 8cm high.
November Eucalypt burr and resin bowl turned by Tony_A
Turned from a old, dry and deeply cracked eucalypt burl. I chose to stabilise it with black pigmented resin prior to turning. Bowl is 170 by 90, finished with poly, rubbed with 0000 then waxed
A selection of turnings from the AWGB forum
Hughie – Small Hollow Vessel from Lancewood
Gwyntog – Dried Flower Grass Vase
Tony Kairo – Decorated Ash Platter
Fuzzyturns – Ash Dragon Egg
Andy44 – Elm Hollow Form
Richard Kennedy – Summer Tree Bowl
Mark Sutton – Burr Elm Wall Art
Bernuk1 – Coloured Spalted Beech Hollow Form
Georg – Pierced Hollow Form
Gary Lowe – Jarrah Burr
Edbanger – Sycamore Pierced Hollow Form
Wider – Painted Hollow form
Dr4g0nlfy – Holly and Bubinga Tea Caddy
Bodyrighwood – Bluesea Bindweed Sandfly
Hillclimb – Natural Edge Maple Vase