- Here they are- in various stages of completion. Back in 2007 I was vending bowls and watercolor paintings at our newly opened farmers market. I turned many bowls from wet wood and set them to dry, to be finished later. Now it is indeed later, These are just the small bowls. I have an equal number of big ones in my wood storage locker.
Many of them are spalted maple which develops these interesting random patterns. These two will be lightly sanded and then get a final coat of finish.
infinite variety in the wild patterns that the beginning decay imparts
These two have no finish on them yet.
I love this one, Anyone want a bowl, Most of these will be for sale.
But don't be alarmed, I am still working on ukes. Here is #98 in its current state of the finishing.
This baby is getting pretty close. Usually at this stage I have another build started. Must be the hot weather, I haven't decided on the next instrument. Been thinking about a baritone for the 100th. It ought to be something special. How about a Cocobolo body and a Sitka Spruce top, That might sing.