na#1 - Nick’s classic Viking bowl. Measures 7.3” dia.x 2.3” tall. Complete, textured and airbrushed.
na#2 - Textured and airbrushed on bottom and sides. Dia.6.5” x 3” tall. Wood: red maple.
Suggestions to finish it: Place tenon in chuck and support unfinished face with tailstock. True up top edge. Remove as much material from unfinished side as possible with a gouge, and once weight isreduced, remove tailstock and very carefully complete the bowl form. Reverse chuck piece to deal with the tenon, and possibly paint the reworked base/foot
na#3 - Textured and airbrushed on bottom and sides. Diam 7.4” x 3” tall. Wood: red maple.
Suggestions to finish it. As above for piece #2. But note that the tenon is very shallow and has little holding power. Recommend first placing between centers and increasing tenon depth to >1/4” before taking out the inside as explained above.
na#4 - Large platter, 13” dia x 1.3” deep. Red maple, airbrushed using Nick’s custom stencils
Note nub in center of underside, which can be turned away by reverse chucking, or else carving.
de#1 - From the master of hollow turning.Diameter 6”. Signed on bottom.
de#2 - A different type of natural edge bowl. Slight warpage due to wood being turned green. Diameter 7” x 4.8” deep. Also signed by Ellsworth on base.
ah#1 - Large bowl in the style of Dale Larson, with whom she studied.Diameter10” x 6” deep. Slight warpage due to green wood used. Unknown wood -very nicely figured and extremely light in weight. Will make a lovely salad bowl.
Suggest oiling it with mineral oil or mineral oil+ beeswax or walnut oil. The oil will really popthe figure.
jr#1 - Sweet little footed bowl, dia 3.25” x 2” tall.
Ideal for displaying five carat diamond earrings...
jr#2 - Off centre turning - Incomplete
Need to turn off the top half to make a footed bowl such as the one above, or alternatively continue the curve all the way around givinga rounded base with no foot. Underside of the form has a 3” dia.recess which will take the dovetail jaws of a large chuck such as a Oneway Stronghold to support the form whilst the top half is completed. Top will have similar dimensions to the bowl above.
jr#3 - Appears to be a box but is not. A demo piece to simply show the use of scribing tool. Tenon still present. Dia 3.25”x 2.5” tall.
Finishing suggestion: chuck the tenon & turn off top half of form to give a rounded base. Possibly decorate. Put out on display and watch people who think it is a real box try to open it ;-)