The medium inspires the art. I often sit and stare at my wood, waiting for some small, soft voice to tell me what to do.

Vessel of Mira, Child of Mirth

holly bowl on bubinga stand

13" X 13" X 13"h

Vessel of Mira, Child of Mirth
Vessel for the Storage of Unexpected Trepidations



Vessel for the Storage of Unexpected Trepidations

vessel of bleached wenge, wenge handle, painted oak and mahogany stand

9" X 9" X 8"h

Different woods have different personalities, different dialects, different smiles.
Many woods; many sources. It's hard to have too much wood.



Blackened Pot

wenge pot and lid, with oak band

8"dia. X 7"h

Blackened Pot
Hard Boiled Eggs in King Arthur's Court



Hard Boiled Eggs in King Arthur's Court

Wenge vessel and legs with bleached wenge lid and holly handle

10" X 10" X 8"h

Inspiration comes from the work and words of other artists. My foolishness could use some company, as Tom Robbins would say.
And as with all art, you have to know what you are doing, or at least be able to fake it.



Duckpond on Jupiter

Padauk pot with holly and wenge bands, wenge pegs on top, on a base of holly and wenge, with holly legs

8"dia. 9"h"h

Duckpond on Jupiter




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