Woodturning



Above, some pieces by our editor...



John Beaver  

We've been admiring the work of California artist John Beaver for a while now.

One of his motivations is to lend the motion of the ocean to a stationary object, and his beautiful wave turnings certainly achieve that.

Here's a link to a demo that he put on for the Carolina Mountain Woodturners in 2015. You can see his upcoming schedule on his website under the Information tag (scroll down quite a ways).


Recent Turning News...


Here you can visit some turners whom Woodezine has featured in the past:

Click here to visit our friend Sam Angelo, the Wyoming Woodturner, on YouTube


  The list of Robust Lathe dealers reads like a who's who of turning resoures, and is a good place for new enthusiasts to start exploring the world of woodturning...
Alan Lacer
www.alanlacer.com
Artistic Wood & Tool, Canada
www.woodchuckers.com
Black Forest Wood Co., Alberta
www.blackforestwood.com
Chucks Plus
www.chucksplus.com
Craft Supplies USA
www.woodturnerscatalog.com
Dale Rouleau
www.rouleauwood.com
David Ellsworth
www.ellsworthstudios.com
Don Geiger
www.geigerssolutions.com
John Jordan Woodturning
www.johnjordanwoodturning.com
Lyle Jamieson
www.lylejamieson.com
Naoto Suzuki, Japan
www.woodturning.jp
Osolnik Machinery & Supplies
www.osolnikmachinery.com
Packard Woodworks
www.packardwoodworks.com
Phil Irons (U.K.)
www.philirons.com
Steve Worcester
www.turningwood.com
Steven Kennard Studio and Gallery
www.stevenkennard.com
Stuart Kent
http://stuartkent.com
The Woodshop.TV
http://thewoodshop.tv/
The Woodturning Store, Dix Hills NY
www.thewoodturningstore.com
The Woodworking Source
The Woodworking Source
Trent Bosch
www.trentbosch.com
Verktoy AS, Norway
www.verktoyas.no
Wood World of Texas
www.woodworldtx.com
Woodchuckers, Toronto
www.woodchuckers.com
Woodcraft
www.woodcraft.com
Woodturning with Tim Yoder
www.wtwtim.com
Woodworker's Emporium in Las Vegas
woodworkersemporium.com
Woodworking HQ, New Zealand
www.woodworkinghq.nz

Our editor, John, has been an Easy Wood Tools certified trainer since 2013 and highly endorses
the system, especially for schools and new turners. It's safer, easier to learn and requires no sharpening.
(Here's a link to John's turning page.)




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