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L. A. Cude's box with turned frame and a carrying strapL. A. Cude withdrew his box from the "Beads of  Courage" competition because he was worried about the weight, but it just had to be seen. He turned the frame and even had a carrying strap.
James Johnson bowls/platters of walnut James Johnson brought a lot of bowls/platters of walnut to show the beautiful grain and to illustrate his finishing method for this type of bowl. Rough turned five years ago he is now finishing them with multiple coats of Danish oil, sanded to a slurry until the oil no longer absorbs in order to fill the grain. Thoroughly dried between coats.
Steve Promo hollow form of white ash and mahoganySteve Promo hollow forms of spalted mapleSteve Promo - The large hollow form is of white ash with mahogany top and bottom. The smaller two hollow forms of a beautifully spalted maple.
Gary Weiermiller white ash carved, stained and decoratedGary Weiermiller, visiting from Michigan, showed this white ash hollow form free-hand carved with a pattern grinder, then stained (He used a 2% solution of milk with red dye to produce the pink color.) and finally decorated with lines of holes along the flutes of the lower part, filled with a graphite/epoxy mixture.