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George Taylor four boxes George Taylor three boxes Harold Dykes segmented vessel with dyed center panels George Taylor went to the John C. Campbell folk art school to add to his skills in surface decoration and came back with seven boxes he made of several designs.   Harold Dykes got a gift of a block of specailly dyed wood and incorporated it into a segmented hollow form.
Jerry DeGroot christmas ornaments. James R. Johnson split hollow form dyed and laced John Jones double dyed bowl Jerry DeGroot brought a trio of christmas ornaments. James Johnson had a hollow form crack and turned it into art with dye and leather. John Jones, lacking the right color dye used two dyes in succession to achieve a nice bowl.
Ken Morton ambrosia maple bowl L.A. Cude Coffee Table   LA Cude coffee table in sun showing red color LA Cude coffee table top of box elder   Roger Felps box elder hollow form  Roger Fellps box elder platters Ken Morton brought an ambrosia maple bowl. L.A. Cude brought a coffee table but later showed me the richness of the red color and the excellent "Butterfly" top of well colored box elder. Roger Felps brought a box elder hollow form and two platters.
Roger Arnold redwood burl bowl Tom Canfield idea for sandpaper dispensing. Roger Arnold showed a redwood burl bowl. Tom Canfield showed an idea for easy dispensing sandpaper sorted by grades.