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    Jerry DeGroot Box Elder platter Vern Hallmark Soapberry plate Darryl Korman try to prevent cracks drying Roger Felps Base with burned ornamentation Jerry DeGroot showed a box elder platter. Vern Hallmark brought a Soapberry plate. It is the first time he has turned that wood and the first time such a turning has been shown to this crowd. Darryl Korman showed us a possible way of reducing cracks and distortions on green turned bowls. There was some scoffing, but we will see whether Darryl gets the last laugh. Roger Felps brought a vase with much pyrographic embellishment.
Uel Clanton tailswatters with wildebeast and zebra tails Tom Canfield natural edge bowl with great depth of color Tom Canfield crotch bowl to be finished Kathy Hampton tea light base and snowman Uel Clanton brought finished tailswatters with Wildebeast and Zebra tails and some inlay work on the handles. Tom Canfield showed an ash bowl with beautiful depth of color and a spalted Pecan crotch piece. Kathy Hampton turned a votive candle holder into an art piece with a base and also showed a snowman.
James Johnson Box Elder bowl but with a fatal punky interior. Philip Medghalchi two Bradford Pear bowls with mahony oil and lacquer finish James Hampton, Beer Bowl James Hampton end grain mesquite goblets Jimmy Tolly Box Elder platter James Johnson sadly informed us that the colorful Box Elder bowl he brought had a fatally punky interior. Philip Medghalchi showed us two Bradford Pear bowls, one with a Mahony Oil finish he thought too dark and the other with a lacquer finish. James Hampton showed a "beer" drinking bowl inspired by Jimmy Clews and two end-grain Mesquite vases. Jimmy Tolly, our presenter's twin brother, brought a Box Elder platter of great grain.