To be used for your Thanksgiving dinner, or as a decoration next to your door. This unique piece will keep you staring!
Too many kinds of wood to list but if you really want to know keep reading…
Walnut, Cypress, Cedar, Pecan, Maple, Poplar, White Oak, White Pine, Red Pine, Cherry, Holly, Apple, Yellow Pine, Birch, Padauk, Red Oak, Sassa Frass, Hard Maple, Ash, Magnolia, Orange Osage, Brazilian Cherry, and Hickery… I think I got them all. Have a blue day.
Woods: Padauk, Red Oak, and White Oak
My #020 segmented piece and the first one turned on my full size lathe.
Its hidden beauty will only continue to reveal itself over time as the wood ages and enhances that color. Red and White oak with a Cherry Accent and the Padauk signature
Small poplar vase
The Impossible made possible. Bring the beach to the table and then throw some flowers in it! When receiving the wood I was told it would not work to turn… So of course I turned it! It was similar to turning a bail of hay and very brittle but I made it possible. This is Florida Palm tree. Not sure which kind, but a soft straw like one for sure.
Woods: Padauk and Palm
Black Walnut and Padauk Travel Mug
The second of two. Having eight woods from around the world. Hawian Koa, Brazilian Cherry, Canadian Black Walnut, Goregia Cedar, African Zebrawood, Hawaiian Mango, Georgia Pecan, and Africa Babinga Wood
The first of two. Having eight woods from around the world. Hawian Koa, Brazilian Cherry, Canadian Black Walnut, Georgia Cedar, African Zebrawood, Hawaiian Mango, Georgia Pecan, and Africa Babinga Wood
Spalted Pecan wood
Heart Pine Vase
Black walnut, white oak, and Brazilian cherry vase.
White and red oak with a swirl of black walnut vase
Black walnut with a pattern of Brazilian cherry vase.
Red and white oak swirled together for a honey pot.
pecan vase with a mid stripe of pine
A poplar vase with pecan top. Lightning craving through the sides.
Spalted pecan top and bottom with a cedar middle.
Spalted pecan vase.