This Olive wood bowl is available in my etsy shop.
Rustic Walnut Bowl with Tiny Foot is available in my etsy shop. The picture below was taken fresh off the lathe (and posted it in my Instagram account here). I enjoy witnessing what oil can do to wood.
Burl and all the bug holes! I was a bit scared, but had fun turning this bowl. This decorative bowl is available in my etsy shop!
My growing collection of wooden eggs.
This batch of Avocado bowls are black! I’m trying something new this time; leaving natural edge on the side of the bowls. But what I picture them in my head only happens if they dry nicely. I’ll see. These colors of the shavings remind me of vegi chips.
This small Lacewood bowl is available at my etsy shop.
Little bowls – Apricot, Lacewood, and Walnut bowls.
I have more sanding to do, but couldn’t wait to take a picture of this pretty wood.
Got tired of asking others for chainsaw, so I finally bought one and built this smart chainsaw stand. I used plywood instead of MDF and made it just a little bit wider. It cost me about $40, and it works beautifully.
This Quilted Maple shallow bowl is available on my etsy shop.
I love how dramatic this bowl looks; the yellow part of grains looks almost like flames in night sky. It’s available at my etsy shop.
This Buckeye bowl is available at my etsy shop.
This bowl is cut from the same Apricot tree stump I made Apricot Bowl #1 of. I’m sending this one to the family who gave me the tree so it’s not available for purchase, but I still wanted to record it so here are the photos.
This Apricot bowl is available at my etsy shop.
This Olive Bowl is Available at my etsy shop. I have more items I need to shoot. Shop will be updated as soon as the photos are ready.
Some of my bowls will be available at the gift shop in Pence Gallery in Davis, California soon. So excited!
Installed the pendant light I made with Ash and Walnut. I’m not sure about the cheap gold canopy that came with the light fixture kit, but at least the hole on the ceiling is covered after three years.
I’m working on more Scalloped-Edge bowls in a new wood combination and size. Above is a sample. It’s made of Walnut (bowl) and Maple (scallops). 8″ in diameter on the top. Oil finish to Satin sheen. I love how it turned out. I’m giving this one to my friend, but … Continue reading