Black African Mohogony
This bowl was created in woodworking class in grade 12, it is a segmented bowl. This piece is one of my first pieces, it carries a lot of memories which brought me to this point in my life.
Hemlock Salad Bowl
This Hemlock salad bowl came from a local tree harvested 30+ years ago. The burl is a natural finish with bark included still on the outside. It has been sealed with a food safe beeswax mineral oil finish, polished to 320 grit sandpaper.
Local Fir Decorative Bowl
This bowl sung to me all the way through… it is very thin and shows my capabilities. It was turned green and has done its warping naturally, but still sits flat. It has been finished with natural food safe beeswax mineral oil and polished wet to 320 grit.
Burl Hemlock Fruit Bowl
This fruit bowl measured 12" across and came from a local Hemlock tree. The bowl has been sealed with a food safe beeswax mineral oil finish and polished to 320 grit sandpaper.
Pine Burl Bowl
This piece came from a rotten Pine tree and amazingly, there was still pitch and live wood inside the burl.
Yellow Cedar Pedestal Bowl
This piece of Yellow/Red Cedar Burl was harvested 30+ years ago. It was spun into a bowl and attached to a pedestal, which is made of Yellow Cedar that was harvested 15+ years ago. The stand is made up of Spalted Maple which is local to Campbell River, B.C.
This is a very decorative candelabra style piece. Check out the Spalted Yellow
Cedar Container made from the same
Burl in Novelty Items.
No Tree was harmed in the making of these Pieces of art. The pieces have been reclaimed from the forest.