MCW Sept '12 Meeting
Sep 18, 2012Public
Photo: The August meeting was very busy from beginning to end.   Beforehand,  the meeting tables filled up with ...
Photo: ... pot luck food that was plentiful, varied, and delicious, ...
Photo: ... the library, ...
Photo: ... show and tell, ...
Photo: ... tips and jigs, ...
Photo: ... and wood of all types...
Photo: ... and sizes!
Photo: Carl Powel looks on as Clif Poodry preforms the smell test to determine the type of wood.
Photo: President Tim Aley calls the meeting to order.
Photo: President Tim Aley conducts the meeting in the round.
Photo: The pot luck overlapped slightly with the meeting.   Here Gary takes a break from dinner to talk about future meetings.
Photo: The meeting continues as some members multitasked while finishing their dinner.
Photo: Ed Karch talks about his end grain bowl.
Photo: Ed Karch explains how the rocks got into his basket weave.
Photo: Gary Guenther tries to figure out the design on Ed's cat bowl.
Photo: Here is why it is called a cat bowl.
Photo: Ed started with a John Jordan style design and cut the grooves all the way through half way down the form ...
Photo: ... so that he could play a tune on his balafon.
Photo: Mike Collela describes that he had a neighbor take down a box elder with some nice flame.  Here is a platter and ...
Photo: ... here is a winged bowl that he made from it.
Photo: Bob Grudberg picks up his natural edge bowl with a tall foot.
Photo: When Bob shows color on a piece, it is natural color.  How are you going to color your piece for the November challenge?
Photo: Tim Aley talks about his calabash style bowl with a bark inclusion.
Photo: Tim Aley made a small, wide-rimmed bowl from a walnut crotch.