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Labyrinth

Sculpted Honey Locust Vessel. 29" across by 23" by 17 high.

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Labyrinth
burlturner, Nov 18, 2008
    • Scott Regenbogen
      These are beautiful! Can you explain the process? Really nice work!
    • paul D. Porter
      The piece isn't bad either
    • Joe Greiner
      Amazing! The bark alignment indicates carving on this and the other piece. Both beautiful, but with a small dose of WHY?
    • burlturner
      Joe...Yes they are carved...the lathe only removed a small amount of material (relatively speaking). But I assume that your question of "Why" means "why make such a thing?" Every other vessel that I've made is round...it seemed to me that not all bowls have to be round and symetrical. Other shapes and forms are possible. I guess this warped bowl is the product of a warped mind.
    • robert davis
      even though not a turning. the piece is stunning, fantastic,,etc,,etc
    • Vaughn
      I'm impressed both by the amount of work it must have taken to make this, and by the end result. Excellent work.
    • Malcolm Ray
      These pieces are excellent........post more if you do them....
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