Quercus rubra
Quercus rubra

2006. African sumac, turned and carved; ca 9.5 X 3 inches. David and Ruth Waterbury collection.

Acer Embrace
Acer Embrace

2010. Ambrosia maple, turned and carved. Approximately 9 X 7 inches.

Maple Medley - An Acer Showcase exhibit, American Association of Woodturners. Catalog is here.

Elizabeth & James York collection.

Beloved - View 1
Beloved - View 1

Maple. 9 X 3.5 inches (23 X 9 cm).

Part of Vicki Jordan’s project: Voice of a Beloved Tree

Beloved - View 2
Beloved - View 2

Maple. 9 X 3.5 inches (23 X 9 cm).

Remembrance
Remembrance

2007. Ginkgo, turned and carved. Approximately 5 X 8.5 inches.

Dylan's Song
Dylan's Song

2005. Ambrosia Maple, 15 X 3 inches. Turned, carved, and dyed.

David and Ruth Waterbury collection.

Tesserai serai
Tesserai serai

2011. Ambrosia Maple, 10.5 X 7.5 inches. Turned, carved and bleached.
 

Open to Ideas
Open to Ideas

2014. Redwood burl; 5 X 4.5 inches.

Ceremony Exhibit: catalog is here.

Integument
Integument

2011. Redwood burl, ca 5.75 X 4.5 inches. Turned, carved and sandblasted.

Roots - The Artist’s Voice exhibit, American Association of Woodturners. Catalog is here.

Biophilia
Biophilia

2008. Ginkgo, turned and carved; ca. 5 X 3.5 inches.

"When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be." - No. 1
"When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be." - No. 1

2008. Redwood burl, turned, carved, and sandblasted; ca. 4.5 inches diameter. The quote is from Lao Tzu.

The Sphere exhibit, American Association of Woodturners. Catalog is here.

"When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be." - No. 5
"When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be." - No. 5

2009. Redwood burl, ca. 5 inches diameter. Turned, carved and sandblasted. (Received AAW Excellence Award)

From Here to Inifinity No. 2
From Here to Inifinity No. 2

2011. Redwood burl, ca 4.5 inches diameter. Turned, carved, and sandblasted.

From Here to Infinity
From Here to Infinity

2010. Camphor laurel burl, ca 5 inches diameter. Turned and carved.

Parturition No. 2
Parturition No. 2

2009. Afzelia burl, 6.5 X 5 inches. Turned and carved.
 

Parturition
Parturition

2009. Red Resin Tree burl, 4 X 3.25 inches. Turned and carved.

Lidded vessel
Lidded vessel

2010. Big Leaf Maple burl with ebony finial. 4.5 X 3 inches. Turned and Carved.

After the Change
After the Change

2017. Camphor Burl, 3 X 2.5 inches.

This is in my carved box series, and was part of a women’s collaboration - Open and Shut - that was auctioned at the 2017 AAW symposium.

Carved box series
Carved box series

2017. Maple burl, 2 7/8 X 2 3/4 inches.

Carved box series
Carved box series

2017. Oregon Myrtle, 3.5 X 2.5 inches.

Carved box series
Carved box series

2017. Oregon Myrtle, 3.5 X 2.5 inches.

Carved box series
Carved box series

2017. Oregon Myrtle, 3.5 X 2.5 inches.

Lignum essentiate
Lignum essentiate

2010. Big Leaf Maple burl, 3.25 X 3.5 inches. Turned and carved.

Unstony Tafoni
Unstony Tafoni

2015. Big Leaf Maple, 6.75 X 2.5 inches (17.15 X 6.35 cm); Turned and carved.

Merging Exhibit, AAW 2015.

Primordial Pattern Pot
Primordial Pattern Pot

2016. Redwood Burl, 5 X 3.25 inches.

Cremation Urn
Cremation Urn

2009. Ambrosia Maple and Ebony, 15 X 9.5 inches. Surface enhancement: pyrography, carved finial. This was made for my good friend Bob Kirby and his family as a family heirloom.

Leaf saturation series
Leaf saturation series

Miscellaneous woods. Pyrography and acrylic paint. Size range from 2 to 3 inches tall by 2 to 4 inches diameter.

Carmine Ohio
Carmine Ohio

2004. European pear, ca. 14 inches diameter. Surface enhancement: pyrography and acrylic paint. Al Selnick collection.

Al Selnick Collection

Bronzed Autumn
Bronzed Autumn

2004. Walnut. Surface enhancement: pyrography and acrylic paint. Approximately 4.5 X 3.5 inches.

The Dance of Life
The Dance of Life

2005. Walnut. Surface enhancement: pyrography and acrylic paint. Approximately 3 X 3 inches.

Autumn Brilliance series
Autumn Brilliance series

Ongoing. Curly or quilted maple and birch. Surface enhancement includes pyrography and Prismacolor markers.

You Will Reap What You Sow
You Will Reap What You Sow

Detail.

2012. Camphor Burl, 5 7/8 X 5 3/8 inches.

Beyond Containment Exhibit, AAW.

Vestiges of a Forgotten World
Vestiges of a Forgotten World

2019. Maple, Ebony, Acrylics; 5.88 X 5.75 inches.

Traces Exhibit, American Association of Woodturners.

Inspired by fossils of Lepidodendron - giant club moss trees from 359-299 million years ago.

Nelumbo Jive
Nelumbo Jive

2017. Claro Walnut, 4 X 1.75 inches.

Calla Lily No. 2
Calla Lily No. 2

2004. Ambrosia Maple, 6.5 X 7.25 inches; pyrography & acrylic paint.

Imagine the Hidden World No. 1
Imagine the Hidden World No. 1

2006. Ginkgo, 3 X 2 5/8 inches.

Ray Key Collaboration
Ray Key Collaboration

2019. Canary Wood. 3.75" W X 2" H. This is my conribution to the Ray Key collaboration project. About 100 artists were sent a roughed-out piece from Ray's works-in-progress that were stored in his shop at the time of his death. There will be an exhibit this summer, with an online auction at the end of the show.

Quercus rubra
Acer Embrace
Beloved - View 1
Beloved - View 2
Remembrance
Dylan's Song
Tesserai serai
Open to Ideas
Integument
Biophilia
"When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be." - No. 1
"When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be." - No. 5
From Here to Inifinity No. 2
From Here to Infinity
Parturition No. 2
Parturition
Lidded vessel
After the Change
Carved box series
Carved box series
Carved box series
Carved box series
Lignum essentiate
Unstony Tafoni
Primordial Pattern Pot
Cremation Urn
Leaf saturation series
Carmine Ohio
Bronzed Autumn
The Dance of Life
Autumn Brilliance series
You Will Reap What You Sow
Vestiges of a Forgotten World
Nelumbo Jive
Calla Lily No. 2
Imagine the Hidden World No. 1
Ray Key Collaboration
Quercus rubra

2006. African sumac, turned and carved; ca 9.5 X 3 inches. David and Ruth Waterbury collection.

Acer Embrace

2010. Ambrosia maple, turned and carved. Approximately 9 X 7 inches.

Maple Medley - An Acer Showcase exhibit, American Association of Woodturners. Catalog is here.

Elizabeth & James York collection.

Beloved - View 1

Maple. 9 X 3.5 inches (23 X 9 cm).

Part of Vicki Jordan’s project: Voice of a Beloved Tree

Beloved - View 2

Maple. 9 X 3.5 inches (23 X 9 cm).

Remembrance

2007. Ginkgo, turned and carved. Approximately 5 X 8.5 inches.

Dylan's Song

2005. Ambrosia Maple, 15 X 3 inches. Turned, carved, and dyed.

David and Ruth Waterbury collection.

Tesserai serai

2011. Ambrosia Maple, 10.5 X 7.5 inches. Turned, carved and bleached.
 

Open to Ideas

2014. Redwood burl; 5 X 4.5 inches.

Ceremony Exhibit: catalog is here.

Integument

2011. Redwood burl, ca 5.75 X 4.5 inches. Turned, carved and sandblasted.

Roots - The Artist’s Voice exhibit, American Association of Woodturners. Catalog is here.

Biophilia

2008. Ginkgo, turned and carved; ca. 5 X 3.5 inches.

"When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be." - No. 1

2008. Redwood burl, turned, carved, and sandblasted; ca. 4.5 inches diameter. The quote is from Lao Tzu.

The Sphere exhibit, American Association of Woodturners. Catalog is here.

"When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be." - No. 5

2009. Redwood burl, ca. 5 inches diameter. Turned, carved and sandblasted. (Received AAW Excellence Award)

From Here to Inifinity No. 2

2011. Redwood burl, ca 4.5 inches diameter. Turned, carved, and sandblasted.

From Here to Infinity

2010. Camphor laurel burl, ca 5 inches diameter. Turned and carved.

Parturition No. 2

2009. Afzelia burl, 6.5 X 5 inches. Turned and carved.
 

Parturition

2009. Red Resin Tree burl, 4 X 3.25 inches. Turned and carved.

Lidded vessel

2010. Big Leaf Maple burl with ebony finial. 4.5 X 3 inches. Turned and Carved.

After the Change

2017. Camphor Burl, 3 X 2.5 inches.

This is in my carved box series, and was part of a women’s collaboration - Open and Shut - that was auctioned at the 2017 AAW symposium.

Carved box series

2017. Maple burl, 2 7/8 X 2 3/4 inches.

Carved box series

2017. Oregon Myrtle, 3.5 X 2.5 inches.

Carved box series

2017. Oregon Myrtle, 3.5 X 2.5 inches.

Carved box series

2017. Oregon Myrtle, 3.5 X 2.5 inches.

Lignum essentiate

2010. Big Leaf Maple burl, 3.25 X 3.5 inches. Turned and carved.

Unstony Tafoni

2015. Big Leaf Maple, 6.75 X 2.5 inches (17.15 X 6.35 cm); Turned and carved.

Merging Exhibit, AAW 2015.

Primordial Pattern Pot

2016. Redwood Burl, 5 X 3.25 inches.

Cremation Urn

2009. Ambrosia Maple and Ebony, 15 X 9.5 inches. Surface enhancement: pyrography, carved finial. This was made for my good friend Bob Kirby and his family as a family heirloom.

Leaf saturation series

Miscellaneous woods. Pyrography and acrylic paint. Size range from 2 to 3 inches tall by 2 to 4 inches diameter.

Carmine Ohio

2004. European pear, ca. 14 inches diameter. Surface enhancement: pyrography and acrylic paint. Al Selnick collection.

Al Selnick Collection

Bronzed Autumn

2004. Walnut. Surface enhancement: pyrography and acrylic paint. Approximately 4.5 X 3.5 inches.

The Dance of Life

2005. Walnut. Surface enhancement: pyrography and acrylic paint. Approximately 3 X 3 inches.

Autumn Brilliance series

Ongoing. Curly or quilted maple and birch. Surface enhancement includes pyrography and Prismacolor markers.

You Will Reap What You Sow

Detail.

2012. Camphor Burl, 5 7/8 X 5 3/8 inches.

Beyond Containment Exhibit, AAW.

Vestiges of a Forgotten World

2019. Maple, Ebony, Acrylics; 5.88 X 5.75 inches.

Traces Exhibit, American Association of Woodturners.

Inspired by fossils of Lepidodendron - giant club moss trees from 359-299 million years ago.

Nelumbo Jive

2017. Claro Walnut, 4 X 1.75 inches.

Calla Lily No. 2

2004. Ambrosia Maple, 6.5 X 7.25 inches; pyrography & acrylic paint.

Imagine the Hidden World No. 1

2006. Ginkgo, 3 X 2 5/8 inches.

Ray Key Collaboration

2019. Canary Wood. 3.75" W X 2" H. This is my conribution to the Ray Key collaboration project. About 100 artists were sent a roughed-out piece from Ray's works-in-progress that were stored in his shop at the time of his death. There will be an exhibit this summer, with an online auction at the end of the show.

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