Turning Archive 2007
>I saw Ed Kelle's work at Five Barns, but it was much smaller and airbrushed, so I assume it would be easier to disguise the hole? I'm guessing that you align the grain to deal with wood movement, but I'd love to see your secret for hiding the "glue ring" I've always gotten when I try to save a piece that I've just cut through the bottom...
Like the piece a bunch, BTW. How thin do you hollow before plugging the bottom? I think it would be fun if it was like a 1/16" or something crazy- you'd have to put lead shot in it to keep it from blowing away :-)