I finally got around to creating an Instagram page. There won’t be anything I post over there that I don’t post here, but it is a great way to follow my work and, more importantly, the work of many other talented woodturners who also post their work there (usually linked into #woodturning).
My page can be found here.
Walnut, acrylic ink, 15″ in diameter. Adapted from a bead weaving pattern by Monika Extrano.
Walnut, acrylic ink, 15″ in diameter.
This is my homage to the collaborative platters created by polymer clay artist Cynthia Tinapple and her woodturner husband, Blair Davis. “Canes” is a polymer clay term for rolling multiple colors of clay together into rolls and then slicing them into multi-colored slices. I tried to somewhat replicate the “look” of this using the bead weaving illusion technique.
I was flattered to have a picture of one of my pieces, “An Illusion of Choice”, featured in this month’s issue of American Woodturner magazine as part of a retrospective of works featuring the “basket illusion” technique.