Photos from March 2023 Meeting Post author:admin_rg Post published:March 17, 2023 Post category:Updates Post comments:0 Comments Show and Tell Chris Cohen made two bottle stoppers. One was made from SpectraPly and the other from MuttBlanks.Alain Schwartz used a ‘reversed’ bowl to make the frame for this clock. He used a beading tool to create the circular pattern.Michael Boyle inserted dowels to decorate these bowls. He gets better results by inserting the dowels on the side of the bowl rather than the bottom.Dennis Ogren made these two maple bowls.Barry Fromberg made this piece from Banksia Pod. He also made a bamboo/resin bowl as well as a spalted maple burl bowl.Barry Fromberg made this piece from bamboo and resin. This Christmas ornament was made by a member after taking last week’s class from John Holderman. The woods are maple, walnut, padauk, and oak.This lighthouse salt and pepper shaker was made by a member who retired from the Coast Guard. The lighthouse is a replica of the Bodie Island Lighthouse in Cape Hatteras.John Struckmeyer made this extraordinary water-drop shaped piece from pecan. The pith was removed from the base to prevent cracking. He used paste wax as a finish, although he now prefers other finishes to paste wax.John Struckmeyer made this beautiful piece. Quarterly Raffle Prize Winner! Congratulations to Kevin Bassett for winning this beautiful tool chest as part of the quarterly raffle drawing. Neal Brand’s Demo on “Small Items to Sell” Neal Brand making a train whistle.Neal Brand making a mouse.The mouse in progress.A spatula and spoon are good items to sell at a craft fair.A train whistle in progress.A fidget spinner decorated with TomBow markers.Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) You Might Also Like Photos from the April 2023 Meeting May 1, 2023 Thoughts from Tod Raines on his Tenure as President October 20, 2022 June Member Creation Contest Winners Announced July 1, 2021 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.