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Submitted by Mac Martin

The sculpture is a "layering" of spalded white oak,alder,walnut,red cedar and mahogany. The finish is hand rubbed poly applied two coats BEFORE assembly.

Submitted by Sam Stitcher

Two magic wands made for great grandchildren. One is made from a birch dowel and the other from multi-color laminated wood, both from Klingspor's Woodworking Shop in Winston-Salem. The finish on both is Formby's tung oil finish extra gloss.

Submitted by Michael Brackett

Hand turned from Black Walnut and Curly Maple purchased from Klingspor's Woodworking Shop.

Submitted by Michael Brackett

Second view.

Submitted by Sam Stitcher

Made from the Tanglewood Wedding tree (oak). The lid has knots in it that give some interest to the bowl.

Submitted by Sam Stitcher

Made from cocobolo purchased from Klingspor's Woodworking Shop in Winston-Salem. The blank was 1"x1"x12". This wand has a pearl on one end.

Rob Wallace

Turned hollow form in Russian Olive; collar turned from hard maple, ebonized with black dye; lacquer finish. (approx. 8" diameter).

Rob Wallace

Turned and carved from cherry; Watco oil finish.

Rob Wallace

Turned hollow form from Box Elder (Acer negundo); collar turned from African Blackwood (Dalbergia melanoxylon); lacquer finish. (Approx. 11" tall).

Rob Wallace

Turned and carved from yellowwood (Cladrastis lutea); lacquer finish. (ca. 9" diameter).

Rob Wallace

Turned from spalted maple; colored with aniline dyes and ink; lacquer finish. (11" diameter).

Rob Wallace

Turned and carved from mesquite.

Submitted by Sam Stitcher

3" in diameter. The wood is oak from the fallen Tanglewood oak.

Submitted by Sam Stitcher

Small bowl (2.625"H x 2.375"W) from a white ash tree cut down due to disease.