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Hand Carved Bowls

John Hoatford

Untitled. 2003

~~^ 8*h x lOVCw x f»"d (20 x x 15 cm) Hand-carved mallee root Photo by Patrick Baker

John Hoatford

Untitled. 2003

~~^ 8*h x lOVCw x f»"d (20 x x 15 cm) Hand-carved mallee root Photo by Patrick Baker

Mallee Root

Jamas Osenlon

Cauldron. 2<*Ki

x 12V5"diam (11 x 32 cm) Spoiled bigleai maple Ixiri with bloodwood rim Photo by John Dean

"The natural voids In this piece were filled in with a glued Wend of bloodwood, walnul. and wenge sanding duy." —J O.

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William Moore

Dance. 1997

William Moore

Dance. 1997

I (Hi x 10"w x 7'd (25 x 25 x 18 cm) Manzaniu bur! and African blackwood; bronze Photo by Harold Waod

"Most bowls ore balanced on a fool They have a powerful sense of symmetry and, as a result, a feeling of stability I wanted something different I wonted the bowl to seem to be in motion, to appear to be dancing So. rather than hoving a smgk> foot, it has two legs and seems to be momentarily standing on one leg while exuberantly kicking up the other in the air" —W M

Jomei Oseatoa

Manitoba Sunburnt. 2003

7'h X ](rdiam( 18x48 cm) Manitoba maple bur! with natural edge Photo by John Dean

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Irtidoi Collins

Untitled. 2003

lVi-hx irdiam (4 x30 cm) l\inted medium-density Hberboard with Huon pine veneer. Inlaid with pink Ivory purpkhrart.ebony,stained black; silwr Photo by Victor France

Andrew Polocnik

Segmentai Bou !, 1W7

Andrew Polocnik

Segmentai Bou !, 1W7

Turned Huon p<ne;segmented and burned legs

PhoCo by Neil Thompson

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Hoyley Smith

Hemispherical Bou* 7/97, 1997 -O-

3Vrh X SVs'dlam (9 x 23 cm) English sycamore, scorchcd Photo by tili- artist

Virginia Ootsen

Sunlight Series *H, 1995

Turned and carved laminated ivorywood and Ebon X

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Stephen Gleasner

Rose Madder. 2002

l'hx2Vr duim(10x6cm) Turned birch plywood and maple. d>«d Photo hy Bill Gleasner

"When I started working in wood, my cok* palere was derived from natural wood colors. Somehow it seemed dishcoest to color the wood Then I started working with an electtic gu tar maker who didn't think in the restricted ways much of the wood world' seems to I» planted o seed far me. Now. I see the wood form as my canvas. Beth elements—form and color—are equally importer!

1 love bright colors—they help me get through the dark Mame win»er." —$,G

Virginia Ootsen

Sunlight Series *H, 1995

Turned and carved laminated ivorywood and Ebon X

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Frank Amigo

Spirally Fluted lax.- 19-r>

(Th x Sta'diam (15 x M cm) Carved lihvr maple Photo by Direction 1

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Robert Howard

Standing Wave. 2000

!8tVh x MtTw x 9"d (46 x 37 x 23 cm) Hand-carved Australian red cedar Photo by Greg Piper Collection ol Alan and Joy Nachman

Cliff Wolsk

Flanges. 1998

3Vrhx8'diam(9x20cm) Turned Australian red cedar Photo by Rod Coats

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"When I begon corving tfiis term there was no preconceived <dea of its finished

^ ahape or what if would ultimately resemble. This intuitive approach frees my mind to

O suggev a wide range of sculptural possibilities from life experiences.

O Centipede reminds me of something I experienced a few years ago when a eeri er *:pedo dropped from a pece of firewood and looted like a boh of lightning crossmc the floor H was absolutely electric I The sculpture's geometric shapes, lord straight ^ edges, and chiseled surfaces are striking!/ reminiscent of this lightning bolt.* —D.G-

1/1 David Groth

Centipede, 2001 —O

lfi»rh x 20H-w x Iti-d (42 x 51 x 41cm) Carved myillewood Photo by the artist

David Groth

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David Groth

I6*h x 21ViV x l-|l?*d ( II x 55 x 37 cm) Carved myrtlewood Photo Ij>- the artist

Myrtlewood Furniture

Keith Gotscholl

Vortex Vessels. 2002

largest 4*hx6'diam (lOx 15 cm) Turned Otage orange and cocobolo Photo tjy Azad

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