Denis Zegar... In Memoriam - 8/24/2014
Oct 7, 2014Public
Photo: MCW is deeply saddened by the passing of our friend, Denis Zegar. We hope you will enjoy these images, which are presented chronologically, as a remembrance. They are drawn from our Photo Gallery library, with original captions followed by the date [yy.mm].
Photo: Denis Zegar - pink ivory bowl [08.04]
Photo: Denis Zegar - pink ivory bowl, 4.5" x 2.75" [08.04]
Photo: Denis Zegar - 15"-tall segmented vase of red heart, yellow heart, purple heart, walnut, oak, cherry, and curly maple. [08.06]
Photo: Denis Zegar - segmented vase (red heart, yellow heart, purple heart, walnut, oak, cherry, curly maple) - 15"x8" [08.06]
Photo: Camaraderie around the S&T table - Don Van Ryk, Steve Balaban, Clif Poodry, Denis Zegar, and Stan Sherman. [08.06]
Photo: Denis and Vickie [08.08]
Photo: [08.08]
Photo: Denis Zegar discusses his osage orange bowl as Michael Blake looks on. [08.08]
Photo: Denis ZegarBowl, osage orange, 8" [08.08]
Photo: Denis Zegar brought this very impressive apple burl bowl. [09.08]
Photo: Denis Zegar - Bowl - 4 1/2“ x 6 1/2” - apple burl [09.08]
Photo: A couple little pieces made from the burls. [09.08]
Photo: Denis Zegar proudly displays his first-ever hollow form -- a beauty in black walnut.  [09.10]
Photo: Denis Zegar - Hollow Bowl - 10" x 4 1/2" - Black Walnut  [09.10]
Photo: Denis Zegar - Vase - 4” x 6” -Manzanita Burl, Turqouise Inlay
First annual Panel Critique.
Barbara commented on the attractive
shape and pleasing size of the vessel, but
wondered if the inlays fight too much
with the dramatic grain.
David confirmed how difficult Manzanita
can be to turn and thought filling the
burl inclusions might be a case of gilding
the lily.
Carolyn agreed about the pleasing size
and shape and also emphasized that the
turquoise needs to be an accent.  [10.01]
Photo: Denis Zegar - Vase - 4” x 6” -Manzanita Burl, Turqouise Inlay [10.01]