August 7, 2016
The opportunity arose recently to salvage some local black wattle from a recently felled tree in Julatten, Northern Australia. Once cut open, the wood proved to be in great shape.
March 16, 2016
I believe that every large or significant piece of work that I make has someones name on it. This large fine bowl form in two-tone Acacia Cedar was no exception.
January 22, 2016
The first two of several new bowl forms in Queensland Maple finished for the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Australia. These works are destined to become diplomatic and parliamentary gifts.
January 8, 2016
To show my appreciation to some special clients of 2015, I made some limited edition honey drippers (drizzles) and contrasting free-form dishes. The woods used were Purple Heart, Queensland Black Walnut and Queensland Silver Ash.
  • <h2>Salvaged Black Wattle Timber</h2><p>The opportunity arose recently to salvage some local black wattle from a recently felled tree in Julatten, Northern Australia. Once cut open, the wood proved to be in great shape.</p>
  • <h2>Sold Fine Bowl in Two Tone Acacia Cedar</h2><p>I believe that every large or significant piece of work that I make has someones name on it. This large fine bowl form in two-tone Acacia Cedar was no exception.</p>
  • <h2>Bowling for the Prime Minister</h2><p>The first two of several new bowl forms in Queensland Maple finished for the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Australia. These works are destined to become diplomatic and parliamentary gifts.</p>
  • <h2>The Sea of Love</h2><p>To show my appreciation to some special clients of 2015, I made some limited edition honey drippers (drizzles) and contrasting free-form dishes. The woods used were Purple Heart, Queensland Black Walnut and Queensland Silver Ash.</p>