March 25, 2016
This is a curvaceous bowl form created from salvaged Australian Red Cedar by Bob Gilmour. The form exhibits a flowing wave shape and makes use of striking robust grain structure in the cedar.
February 10, 2015
A fine finished bowl form in North Queensland Red Bloodwood with almost complete natural edge. The piece features extensive natural perforation and exquisite random grain structure.
September 20, 2014
A large freeform bowl in Australian Yellow Stringybark burl timber featuring almost complete natural edge and intense wood figuring. This piece was completed in late 2014 from a roughed out form originally shaped back in 2006.
March 9, 2012
I have created two fine shallow bowl forms in plantation-grown radiata pine.
  • <h2>Wavey Bowl Form in Australian Red Cedar</h2><p>This is a curvaceous bowl form created from salvaged Australian Red Cedar by Bob Gilmour. The form exhibits a flowing wave shape and makes use of striking robust grain structure in the cedar.</p>
  • <h2>Natural Edge Bowl in Bloodwood Burl</h2><p>A fine finished bowl form in North Queensland Red Bloodwood with almost complete natural edge. The piece features extensive natural perforation and exquisite random grain structure.</p>
  • <h2>Fine Bowl in Australian Yellow Stringybark Burl</h2><p>A large freeform bowl in Australian Yellow Stringybark burl timber featuring almost complete natural edge and intense wood figuring. This piece was completed in late 2014 from a roughed out form originally shaped back in 2006.</p>
  • <h2>Two Shallow Bowls in Radiata Pine</h2><p>I have created two fine shallow bowl forms in plantation-grown radiata pine.</p>