Segmented woodturning has recently become a favorite of mine. I particularly enjoy designing bowls and vases with southwestern patterns in the feature rings.
This gallery includes both traditional shaped boxes using decorative joinery techniques and also organic boxes created mainly with a bandsaw.
Some of these were created with my first scroll saw, a Sears Craftsman, but most were created after upgrading to a very nice DeWalt scroll saw.
I have become somewhat addicted to Intarsia. Much of that addiction can be attributed to Judy Gale Roberts since most of these designs are hers.
Some of these projects were turned on the 1957 Shopsmith that was handed down to me by my dad. The remainder were turned on a Jet mini-lathe given to me by my mom in 1999.
In the past I have primarily focused on creating craft type items in my woodshop. However, here are the home, shop, and patio furniture projects I started working on in 2014.
A final category whose projects didn't fit into just one of the categories listed above.