Turning Archive 2005

Subject:
Bridge Bowl *PIC*

Jim K from Trappe PA
>I went to the International Turning Exchange exhibit at Ursinus College, and was amazed that there were almost no traditional turnings - it was a lot of interesting stuff, from the beautiful to the bizarre. I came home and decided to try to get out of a boring bowl rut and do something different.

This is one of three bowls that are extended wings, forming an arched bridge that supports the bowl. It is made from the branch of a maple tree, located in an old cemetery near my house, that tore off in a thunderstorm.

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