Andy DiPietro

White Sandstorm Vessel Trio

This 3-piece set was turned from a 30 diameter Red Oak log and took about a month to complete. I let each piece dry for a week before sandblasting with coarse grit and then finished with fine grit. Each piece was bleached 4 times and then pickled twice with latex primer and top coated twice with water based polyurethane. The sandblasted grooves are deeper then it appears in the photo. All comments awelcome Dimensions are: #299 is 13" H x 7 1/2" D, #300 is 12 1/2" H x 9" D, #301 is 8 1/2" H x 6" D

White Sandstorm Vessel Trio
Andy DiPietro, Oct 12, 2009
    • KurtB
      Andy, it looks like your new direction is a winner!

      POD 10-22-09
      AAW Home Page Photo Of the Day
    • Terry Scott
      Congratulations on the cover ,nice set that should stay together
    • Jeff Greenwood
      Hello Andy
      Yes congratulations from me to. Wow and here thats a double WOW
      Great stuff
      Best from Jeff
    • George Foweraker
      Hello Andy.
      I realy like these i am a great fan of gritblasting and colouring.
      A well deserved cover.

      Regards George
    • Rick Crawford
      Andy,
      I liked these on WoW, and I like them here...congrats!

      Rick
    • charlie knighton
      very nice, thanks Kurt for PODing, the red oak was posted while i was away, glad i did not miss it
    • Alan Miotke
      Alan,
      Its a website for people interested in woodturning to post photos and exchange information. www.thewows.com. Its a closed site for security. Go to the site and contact the administrator and request a login.
    • KurtB
      Alan, contact me at kmbird@cox.net and I will sponsor you on WOW.
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