Looking for a warm, exotic location to go to for a woodturning symposium? The Honolulu Woodturners are holding their 3rd annual symposium on October 22nd and 23rd with featured demonstrators Kelly Dunn and Sharon Doughtie.
Kelly Dunn is a full time professional woodturner who lives on the Big Island of Hawaii and specializes in woods grown on the Big Island to create bowls, hollow vessels and art forms. You can see his work at his website http://www.kellydunnwoodturner.com/.
Sharon Doughtie is a full time professional woodturner whose current work incorporates designs based on freeform Celtic knots and explores how the curving, undulating patterns can cross cultures, look like something from nature or illustrate an emotion. Sharon has works in several public and private collections, has demonstrated in the U.S., New Zealand and Australia and has appeared in American Woodturner and Woodturning magazines. You can see more on her website http://www.sharondoughtie.com.
You can get more information on the 3rd Annual Honolulu Woodturners Symposium on their website or the symposium flyer.