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Turners 2 January 2012 Meeting

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Walnut plywood & Mahogany segmented bowl by Rick Lawrence Walnut plywood & Mahogany segmented bowl by Rick Lawrence Segmented vase using Yellow Heart, Ebony and Red Heart by Don Rust Segmented vase using Yellow Heart, Ebony and Red Heart by Don Rust Segmented vase made up of Walnut, Padauk, Red Oak and Wenge by Don Rust Segmented vase made up of Walnut, Padauk, Red Oak and Wenge by Don Rust

A Maple baby rattle turned by Ron Ellis Salt and Pepper mill made of Walnut, Maple and Padauk turned by Paul Wojtanik Maple bowl turned by Ron Hudson Maple bowl turned by Ron Hudson Maple pendants turn by Ron Hudson Bullet Pen by Paul Mazuchowski Segmented lidded bowl of pine and poplar turned by Ron Sarkey Segmented lidded bowl of pine and poplar turned by Ron Sarkey

Meeting PIX




Pat Sarkey showing his lidded bowl Brian Defoe talking about his plum Christmas Ornament Rusty Ellis explaining the making of the baby rattle. Paul Wojtanik talking about his Salt and Pepper grinders Ron Hudson showing his maple bowl Ron Hudson showing his maple pendants

Paul Mazuchowski showing his Bullet Pen Jake Debski talking about his Southern Yellow Pine bowl and his segmented bottle stops.<strong></strong> Rick Lawrence explaining the making of his segmented bowl Rich Mialki showing his Buckthorn dish Don Rust talking about his segmented vase made up of Walnut, Padauk, Red Oak and Wenge Don Rust explaining the difficulties of combining yellow heart and ebony in his segmented vase using Yellow Heart, Ebony and Red Heart
Photos by John O'Neil

 


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