Monthly Archives: October 2019

Fluted Walnut Bowl

After making many bowls, I’m still thrilled by the prospect of shaping a rough chunk of log into a finished bowl.  The just-finished walnut bowl in the two photos above began with flattening the bottom and fairing the upper surface … Continue reading

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Contemporary Greenwood Exhibition

  Back at the beginning of September, I mentioned a couple upcoming exhibitions in this post.  Now, one has wrapped up (I think) and the other is still in full swing. Many of the items on display at the Contemporary … Continue reading

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2019 Sundqvist/Coperthwaite Sloyd Fellowship

Anyone who has met Masashi Kutsuwa would understand the big smile that appeared on my face when, at Täljfest, Peter Lamb announced that he had been awarded the 2019 Wille Sundqvist and Bill Coperthwaite Slöjd Fellowship. I had the pleasure … Continue reading

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In the Beginning

Wanting to make another big cherry shrink pot like the one in this post, I put my big folding saw in my pack and walked to a nearby woodlot where a cherry tree had fallen a few months ago.  The … Continue reading

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Early American Artisans Fair

Ten minutes west of my house is a line separating Pennsylvania from Ohio and the official Midwest.  I’m looking forward to crossing for a very short jaunt westward at the beginning of November when I’ll be at the Early American … Continue reading

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