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Project by trifern posted 11-17-2009 05:49 AM 1684 views 0 times favorited 15 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This hollow form vessel is turned from end grain ash with the pith between centers. It measures approximately 7 inches tall by 6 inches wide. It is finished with acrylics and tinted wax.

All comments and 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 11-17-2009 05:52 AM

Good to see you are continuing to make those unique and unusual vessels.

-- Les B, Oregon

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#2 posted 11-17-2009 06:07 AM

Another great bowl. Really like the way you use the grains. What hollowing tools do you use?

-- Bob C, Australia. I love sharing as long as it is not my tools

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#3 posted 11-17-2009 07:59 AM

Cool Joe very nice

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#4 posted 11-17-2009 08:19 AM

Another outstanding piece of art.

Keep it up.


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#5 posted 11-17-2009 08:49 AM

One of the best vessels I have seen.

-- “If someone feels that they had never made a mistake in their life, then it means they have never tried a new thing in their life”.-Albert Einstein

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#6 posted 11-17-2009 09:54 AM

Well Done.

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#7 posted 11-17-2009 03:55 PM

Great turning friend ,love your work

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#8 posted 11-17-2009 04:18 PM

joe. nice piece, love the grain, a gift from nature. even though what you do with dyes and color is amazeing and inspireing im gratefull to see you turn something and just finish it naturally. even though you used tinted wax it isnt overpowering and enhanced the grain of the wood. im new to lj but i have gone back and looked at your work, funny thing is i like your earlier pieces more because of the natural wood look, but thats just me! dont stop what you are doing your work is beautiful.

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#9 posted 11-17-2009 04:57 PM

superb, as usual

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#10 posted 11-17-2009 05:06 PM

joe , you sure have a good eye !

the woods ,
the forms ,
and the finishes .

all your work is superb !

-- david - only thru kindness can this world be whole . If we don't succeed we run the risk of failure. Dan Quayle

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#11 posted 11-17-2009 06:21 PM

The hollow form has a wonderful warmth and lightness to it. Wonderful use of grain. Great job Joe!

-- Never board, always knotty, lots of growth rings

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#12 posted 11-17-2009 06:58 PM

Great piece what lathe are you using? I was interested in buying a Grizzly lathe, until I read your review, and now I am a little bit nervous about it. I was just wondering I have about $800 to spend, and I liked the price and the function on the grizzly. What do you think? Also I read you are from Illinois, so am I. Are you in any local turning clubs. My wife’s grandfather, told me of a woodworking club he was in 15 years ago, and thought there might be one around me. I am from around Champaign.
Anyway, great piece I really like the natural finish.
Keep it up

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#13 posted 11-17-2009 07:56 PM

Hi Joe like the form and the only comment I have is the the foot may be a bit to wide.
I am making this comment after zooming and drawing in a smaller foot with white board makers on the screen
Regards Roger

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#14 posted 11-18-2009 04:53 AM

Good one Joe.

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#15 posted 11-27-2009 10:43 PM

Joe: that is a great looking turning.

-- I've been blessed with a father who liked to tinker in wood, and a wife who lets me tinker in wood. Southern Delaware soon moving to Virginia †

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