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Weathered Vein

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Project by trifern posted 05-07-2009 01:50 AM 2584 views 1 time favorited 19 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This hollow form vessel reminds me of a turquoise vein that has weathered. It is 8.75 inches tall and is 4.25 inches wide and is turned from spalted maple. It is finished with aniline dye and wipe-on poly.

All comments, especially critiques, are welcomed and appreciated.

-- My favorite piece is my last one, my best piece is my next one.





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#1 posted 05-07-2009 01:57 AM

another nice one … looks tropically organic

-- keeping myself entertained ... Humor and fun lubricate the brain

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#2 posted 05-07-2009 02:03 AM

Very nice looking, you got that dye work down.

-- Dan Wiggins

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#3 posted 05-07-2009 02:06 AM

It’s really an attractive vessel.

-- china

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#4 posted 05-07-2009 02:17 AM

WOW, I like the color. Are you bringing this one to the meeting Monday?

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#5 posted 05-07-2009 02:32 AM

Joe, nice work. I really like the orientation of the grain and the dye looks great.

-- Brian, Lebanon PA, If you aren’t having fun doing it, find something else to do.

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#6 posted 05-07-2009 02:34 AM

Hey Joe
Another winner I like the veins and color.

-- http://artisticwoodstudio.com Custom furniture

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#7 posted 05-07-2009 02:36 AM

beautiful….

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#8 posted 05-07-2009 02:39 AM

Very nice. Variations on a theme….......

-- mtnwild (Jack), It's not what you see, it's how you see it.

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#9 posted 05-07-2009 02:46 AM

Very nice!!!

-- Matt Garcia Wannabe Period Furniture Maker, Houston TX

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#10 posted 05-07-2009 02:47 AM

have you ever tried kiwi brown shoe polish ?

-- keeping myself entertained ... Humor and fun lubricate the brain

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#11 posted 05-07-2009 04:54 AM

Joe, beautiful job…(I’m totally unqualified to even think about anything critical). The combination of turquoise and the spalting/striped maple give a very cool effect.

Thanks for posting it.

-- Martin, Kansas

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#12 posted 05-07-2009 09:04 AM

Joe, a great piece! May I ask where you find the great turning pieces you use?

-- Rick, Canyon Lake, TX www.knottyknotty.etsy.com

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#13 posted 05-07-2009 01:39 PM

Fantastic color and grain combination it looks like a piece of Turquoise jewelery.

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#14 posted 05-07-2009 02:37 PM

Great piece Joe! love the black spalted lines with the blue.

-- Rj's Woodworks,San Jose & Weed Ca,

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#15 posted 05-08-2009 02:30 PM

“Hey Joe, where ya goin with that gun in your hand” as Jim Hendrix used to sing. Beautiful again, Joe. Hows the traveling turning doing, and answer the mans question, where do you get the great pieces you turn. You just have a pile of them in your barn, right? Or don’t you talk to us little people now? LOL

-- (You just have to please the man in the Mirror) Mike from Michigan -

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