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Philip Medghalchi's pieces exploring turning.  Tom Canfield Natural Edged Crotch Bowls   Tom Canfield, Natural Edged Bowls Memosa and Cnina Berry P hilli p Medghalchi is relatively new to turning and brought a lot of turning in progress for feedback on how to part the pieces off and get rid of the chuck marks. Tom Canfield brought some natural edge crotch bowls of Mimosa and China Berry as well as a couple of Cherry bowls to show the rich sheen of Tripoli buff and oil finish. Tom Canfield brought some natural edge crotch bowls of Mimosa and China Berry as well as a couple of Cherry bowls to show the rich sheen of Tripoli buff and oil finish.

  Jim Whisnand, Ash and Walnut box Don Kaiser, Natural Edge and Huisache bowl Ken Morton, Myrtle burlKathy Hampton brought an open segment bowl of Maple and Walnut made in a Lloyd Johnson two-day class and a ring holder of Mesquite and Purple Heart. She has a laser now and her own logo for her turnings. Jim Whisnand brought an Ash and Walnut box and said he was eager to learn from our presenter. Don Kaiser brought some neat natural edged and regular edged Huisache bowls. Ken Morton showed a lovely box of Myrtle burl.

 Tony McComas top decorated box   Roger Felps, Jar with Corian top Tom Whiting, Maple Walnut rolling pin John Stegall Boxes, Ash lit with Walnut top, Cherry/Pecan Tony McComas brought a box of unknown wood but greatly topped. Roger Felps had a large box (urn, cookie jar) of Mesquite with a Corian top. Tom Whiting showed a grand inlayed rolling pin with a contrasting holder both of Maple and Walnut. John Stegall showed a couple of boxes, one, and Ash lid with a Walnut top and the other a Cherry/Pecan confection.

 Uel Clanton Tool for demo last month George Taylor Collected boxes from Ray Key    James Johnson "Diatom #1"Uel Clanton brought a completed tool handle to put a “finish” to his demo last month. George Taylor brought several boxes both made and collected (From Ray Key and Mike Stafford). He also showed some bowls with natural finish and colors (using his favorite mouth atomizer technique) on Poplar and Elm with Box elder as the natural finished one (I think). Last, a highlight, James Johnson brought an unusual piece of Ash, Cherry and Chinese Tallow derived from pictures in one of Anna’s books of diatoms. James presents this work as a tool to remind us that he is going to have a showing of 30 years of his work at the KACC this September from the 5th through the 29th. Come and bring friends

Kathy Hampton Segment Bowl Maple Walut