The Inland Northwest Woodturners in Spokane Valley will be holding their next meeting on March 1st. The program agenda will feature Len Zeoli demonstrating bowl technique. Len has been making furniture, cabinets and wood artistry for over 30 years. He shows his work and teaches at the Dahmen Barn in Uniontown, WA.
The Northwest Woodturners [...]
The Segmented Turners virtual chapter of the AAW has published their monthly summary for February. Their are now 463 paid members of the Segmented Turners.
Segmented Turning Symposium
Salad Bowl by Johnny McCarthy
Registration is now open for this year’s Segmented Turning Symposium in Lake Tahoe, CA. There is a “grid” available that shows the [...]
The current issue (March 2012, #237) of Woodturning Magazine has an article by Gabor Lacko on the use of resin for creating decoration on a double-skinned bowl. He turned a bowl and glued slices of yew branches to the outside of the bowl. He then filled all of the gaps between the yew slices with [...]
This month we have another member teaching us. It is always so much fun to have Carol Zandell as our demonstrator. Her whimsy and turning skills combine for an always enlightening and informative experience. – Dan Stromstad
I like to turn small, fun, tricky or just plain weird things on the lathe. As most of [...]
Joel Hunnicutt is professional woodturner from Siler City, N.C and a member of the Piedmont Triad Woodturners Association chapter of the AAW.
Joel is a self-taught woodturner who creates segmented vessels and focuses on their shape and color. Earlier pieces tended to use multiple species to obtain the desired colors but his more recent [...]