Hi guys. Finished this up just in time for show and tell at tomorrow's Baltimore Turning Club meeting. About 15" in diameter, this is some sort of soft maple that I think had been down for just a little bit before it was sawn. I had a hunch that it would look nice bleached and I think I was correct. This was super difficult to photograph and I didn't really do it justice, holding this in your hands it is a little confusing because it truly resembles marble/alabaster but has none of the weight you'd associate with such a material.
It was sprayed with a Krylon "matte" clear and I can tell you that it truly imparted no additional color. My logo is done on a laser engraver. I used Daly's 2 part wood bleach.
Critiquing my own work, I'm pleased with the proportions, but that first curve from the top down looks a little flat. Other opinions are welcomed and encouraged. Thanks!