Wood sculptures from US

| March 14, 2010

These functional and non-functional carvings are made by Milo Mirabelli from Port Orchard, Washington, USA. Artist’s Statement: The inspiration for many of my pieces comes from the wood itself, this goes back to the reoccurring theme, “let the wood have a say in its’ ultimate conclusion.” It is the classic medium of expression that has […]

Segmented turnings from Italy

| February 21, 2010

These bowls and hollow vessels are turned by Gianfranco Angelino from Napoli, Italy. His work can be seen in: The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA Mint Museum of Craft + Design, Charlotte, NC Politecnico, Milan, Italy University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbour, MI Woodturning Center, […]

Carved turnings from Vermont, USA

| February 6, 2010

These turned and carved hollow forms are made by Michael Foster from Springfield, Vermont. Michael Foster was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. Mike started woodworking soon after he graduated from dental school. He learned basic skills using the shop of a friend who got him interested. More of his wood-turnings can be seen on […]

Carvings from Idaho

| January 10, 2010

These carvings are made by Tom Reul from Hayden Lake, Idaho, United States. He retired as an illustrator for the U.S. Forest service in 1983 in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. With his turned and carved bowl “Olive Bowl” he won the turning contest: “Two Board Feet” in November 18, 2005. This contest was organized by woodcentral.com […]

Turned sculptures from Idaho, United States

| January 3, 2010

These gorgeous sculptures are made by Sterling Sanders who is a resident of  Bonner County, Sandpoint, Idaho. He was born in Utah, which was home until he retired. He says: ” Most design elements come from observing nature. Hand tools, power grinders, and the lathe help in creating my sculptures.” For sculpture “Species” he got […]