Mark Hepburn

Teardrop Box - Steven Kennard Design

I was lucky enough to take a class with Steve Kennard last November. Spent lots of time making the teardrop boxes here. The one at right is one of his (thanks Steve!) and the middle and left are mine. Blackwood and Spalted Tamarind. Critique is always welcome, and thanks for looking.

Teardrop Box - Steven Kennard Design
    • Peter Gray
      Your design & finish is superb Mark, I have always admired Steve's work, lucky you :)
      Pete
    • Mark Hepburn
      Thanks Pete. I was very lucky indeed. Not only is he a great turner, but patient and great fun to spend time with. Plus, he spent about a decade finishing pianos so I learned some great lessons there also.
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      Bill Boehme
      Beautiful work, Mark.
    • Rating:
      5/5,
      Douglas Ladendorf
      Very, very nice work Mark. Yes, the finish looks superb.
    • Mark Hepburn
      Hey Bill and Doug thank you so much. Got to give props to Steve, because he really made it feel easy to do.. And to tell you the truth that would is just a joy to turn
    • Douglas Ladendorf
      I just took a look at Steve Kennard's web site. There is a beautiful video and some magnificent work. Looks like the class was very good Mark. http://stevenkennard.com
    • Mark Hepburn
      @Douglas Ladendorf

      Yes, it was great. Nice and cool in November in Nova Scotia. 4 days in the shop morning to evening. Steve is a very interesting and gracious guy with a great sense of humor.
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