Photos from the April 2023 Meeting Post author:admin_rg Post published:May 1, 2023 Post category:Updates Post comments:0 Comments Show and Tell Kevin Bassett embellished this vessel using TransTint dyes. He made the handle from Compwood which can be shaped into tight curves.Steve Bigelow made this segmented vase from cherry, maple, and purpleheart.Lou Boudreaux made this segmented plate made from multiple concentric rings. Lou said it was a challenge and would be the “second and last one he’d make!”John Struckmeyer carved out the base of an elm tree and made a flower out of it. The second piece is also elm and has intricate art nouveau decorations along the grain line.John Struckmeyer’s second piece is also elm and has intricate art nouveau decorations along the grain line.Michael Boyle turned this bowl from black walnut using a bowl gouged with an Irish grind (Ellsworth and 1/8” parting tool. He finished it with EEE-Ultra shine and Mylands friction polish.Todd Fischer made a candy bowl and used a Sorby texturing tool to decorate it.Ed Mastin took Matt Monaco’s class and made this bowl.Ed Goodfellow made this interesting collection of pens and beer bottle openersDesirae made these cabinet door handles from marblewood.Dennis Ogren made this spalted maple hollow form.Barry Fromberg made this vase from flaming box elder. He cut and shaped it wet and then dried it over several weeks in sawdust. It warped a little but did not crack. The red is from the Fusarium negundi fungus per Kevin Bassett.Bob Fleming used a router to make the compound miters for these vases.Alain Schwartz made a three-sided off-axis turning. The top was cut by hand.Chris Cohen had a close-call when this plate blew-up on his lathe. The worm screw split the wood along the grain, the plate flew off the lathe, and sheared off the Powermatic safety cage support.This is the sheared portion of the safety cage support from Chris Cohen’s close-call. Photos from Cory White’s Class: “Turning Good into Great – Woodturning Embellishments” Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) You Might Also Like Hands-On Woodturning Retreat 2021 January 27, 2021 Thoughts from Tod Raines on his Tenure as President October 20, 2022 A Message from the President (Feb 2023) February 10, 2023 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.