MCW Sept '10 Meeting
Oct 3, 2010Public
Photo: Members listen to announcements from MCW President Bert Bleckwenn
Photo: Tim Aley discusses thoughts and plans for an MCW entry to the AAW Chapter Celebration for its 25th anniversary.  The 8" cube maximum size requirement is going to be a serious limitation for our plans.
Photo: The Show & Tell table, with Mark Sfirri discussing a "stoned" flower bowl by Ed Karch.
Photo: Gary Guenther, Program Chair, introducing our demonstrator for the evening, Mark Sfirri.
Photo: Ilya to Clif: OK, I've got the wood; now what do I do with it?
Photo: Pat McVicker - stairway finial (cedar)
Photo: Gary Nickerson - bowl (spalted poplar)
Photo: Gary Nickerson - natural-edge bowl (Bradford pear)
Photo: Tim Aley - bowl (ash)
Photo: Tim Aley - natural-edge bowl (spalted oak)
Photo: Tim Aley - egg cup (apricot)
Photo: Jerry Kaplan - rectangular winged vessel (ambrosia maple)
Photo: Jerry Kaplan - natural-edge bowl (wormy white ash)
Photo: Bill Autry - lidded pedestal box with finial (mahogany and ebonized utile)
Photo: Ed Karch - "stoned" flower bowl with new refinements (cherry - turned, carved, bleached, and painted)
Photo: Ed Karch - cat mask ala Keith Holt (box elder - turned and carved)
Photo: Bob Grudberg - natural-edge bowl (cherry)
Photo: Dick Webster - hollow vessel (beech)
Photo: Jake French - tea light (cherry)
Photo: Michael Colella - two bowls (new and old oak)
Photo: Michael Colella - hollow vessel (peach)
Photo: Michael Blake - ballpoint pen & pencil set (amboyna burl)
Photo: Gary Guenther - "emerging pot" (dogwood)