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Linda Ferber


A natural edge walnut bowl with carved cluster of tinted leaves. Both edges started cracking so I had to integrate into the design. For such a simple design a lot of thought went into placement. C&C welcome.

    • Bill Boehme
      I really like the natural appearance and the carving serves as a great focal point. Do you have any other views of the bowl?
    • Lee Tourtelotte
      Linda -- Enjoyed seeing this piece at the club meeting Tuesday! -- You have a natural talent for design embellishment.
      The leaf cluster accentuates and adds much more character to the naturally occurring rustic cracks. Well done!
      Lee Tourtelotte
    • Jamie Straw
      Linda, I'm so happy to see this bowl here at AAW, saw it first on Facebook. I think of it almost every day -- my online nickname is Forestgirl, so I feel a connection with it I guess.:D Seriously, it beautiful.
    • Harold Adams
      Well Thought. Wonderful.
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