Archive | bowls and bowlturning

new work

Some exciting new bowls including replica Neolithic woodwork for Stone Henge Visitor Centre. Been too busy making and getting ready for SPOONFEST to update the blog but here are a few pics of new work. Three quaichs just finished, silver rims and sycamore bowls, perfect for the discerning whisky drinker.The first one went off in […]

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A great ale bowl

This is an ale bowl, a fairly plain one but one which I think is really special. The area of Wisconsin where I am staying was settled by many Scandinavians, when they came here they brought with them some portable family heirlooms and amongst those are often old ale bowls.   What is exciting is that […]

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North House Folk School

I first read about North House Folk School several years ago when I discovered their website. It seemed like an inspirational place for the teaching of traditional crafts and I marked it down as a place I needed to visit one day. The opportunity finally presented itself and last week I taught a bowlturning class […]

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wooden bowl photography

Crispin is working with me this month as part of his Prince’s Foundation building craft apprenticeship In his previous career he was a product photographer, a chance I could not pass up so not only has he been taking some great product shots for me he has been showing me how he does it too. […]

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