Category: Gallery

  • Kevin’s Gallery

    I still have a lot to learn about woodturning. And even more to learn about editing a website! The purpose for this little gallery is to practice website editing, while also showing you some of the things I’ve made on my Lathe. (And after looking for photos of my work, I can tell this exercise…

  • Laura’s Gallery

    Laura Rhodes joined the West Bay Woodturners club in 2022. This post highlights some of her work and tools.

  • Roman’s Gallery

    “Lighthouse on a cliff” — is turned and carved from basswood. Height with the base is 6″ (15 cm). Base diameter is 3 inches (7 cm). The base is turned from a maple burl while still exposing its natural surface. Lighthouses were often built on the rocks so, I think, the burl original look fits…

  • Tom Kenyon’s Gallery

    I have been involved with woodworking for 60+ years, everything from cabinets, furniture, music boxes, and wooden clocks. My woodturning is focused on segmented, particularly open segment vessels. I incorporate CNC and lasers in my turnings. I have develop a micro computer driven jig to assist in open segmented vessel assembly. I recently gave a…