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Photo Gallery - 2022

I've broken up the Instant Gallery photos into different pages for each year for easier searching and faster page loading. 

For links to other years see below. 

If you want to find your pictures, hit CTL-F and type your last name.  It should take you to all your previous work!  Happy Surfing! 











6/8/22

5/11/22

Jon Moore:

Rich D'Ambrosio:

Mike Kross:

Mass production work in progress.

Tool stand with old computer hard drive magnets - facilitates fast tool changes for production work.

4/13/22

I have no photos from April.

3/9/22

Rich D'Ambrosio:

Don Orr:

Barb Nottke:

Patrick Cummings:

Jon Moore:

4"×4" Ambrosia maple ring bowl

Spalted Oak bo 9-3/4"×÷-1/2"

Spalted maple bowl, 13-1/4"×2-+/2". My biggest one yet!

Ambrosia maple bowl 9-1/4"×3-1/2"

Cherry branch crotch. 7-1/2"×2-1/4".

Cherry candle pillars, 10-1/2", 8-1/2", and 6-1/2".

Cherry bowl. 8"×2-1/2".

Maple bowl, 8"×2-1/2".

Spalted beech mortar and cherry pestle.

Ash board cheese slicer / cutting board. 11"×6".

2/9/22

Rich Dambrosio: Most of what I did this month was focused on packing up all my father’s tools and getting them north to my workshop. I did get this hour glass made though. The symbol is an Eum-yang. It’s the Korean version of the yin-yang. The blue and red were done with Alumilite Water Clear resin and alumilite dyes and pigments. The black bars were cut on the scroll saw then filled with Milliput epoxy putty. I didn’t use a liquid epoxy because I was worried it might stain the wood.

Jon Moore: Here are a few of my turnigs; 1- Spalted maple 2-Locust 3-spalted cherry 4- My first winged bowl- cherry. 5- Locust branch crotch 6- Ash bowl. 7- necklace/ bracelet holder.

Jon Moore: 4"×4" Ambrosia maple ring bowl

Spalted Oak bowl, 9-3/4"×÷-1/2"

Spalted maple bowl, 13-1/4"×2-+/2". My biggest one yet!

Ambrosia maple bowl 9-1/4"×3-1/2"

Cherry branch crotch. 7-1/2"×2-1/4".

Cherry candle pillars, 10-1/2", 8-1/2", and 6-1/2".

Cherry bowl. 8"×2-1/2".

Maple bowl, 8"×2-1/2".

Spalted beech mortar and cherry pestle.

Ash board cheese slicer / cutting board. 11"×6".

1/12/22

Rich Dambrosio: It was a busy month for me but here’s an intarsia piece I made. The tree is white oak. The rest is maple.

Jon Moore: Forgot to show my Christmas ornaments. I made the snowmen and gave each member of seniors group one at our Christmas party. The bigger tree is from Florida oak tree and ghe rest are cherry.