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2014: American Woodturner, Vol. 29, No 3

Inside the June 2014 Issue

Features

Water for Wood: Don McIvor goes into depth on the use and application of water-based finishes for woodturners.

Rethinking Sharpening: If you think the best new sharpening methods are all wet, you’re probably right, by Terry Martin.

Scroll Chucks and their Maintenance: Time, attention to detail, and some elbow grease will give you a smoothly operating chuck that’s a pleasure to use, by Geoff Whaling.

A Jig for Perfect Circles: Ken Rizza centers on making flawlessly round turning blanks.

Safety Matters: From the Eye of a Survivor A cautionary tale, by Lynne Yamaguchi.

The Rookery Project: A great blue heron skillfully turned to support the arts, by David Lutrick.

Light and Fan Pulls: Here’s an intricate turning project from Mike Peace that will help develop your turning skills and pull your chain too... but in a good way.

Improvisations on the Theme of an Irish Wall: A collaborative project joining wood artists from Ireland and abroad in a single common artistic goal, by Roger Bennett.

Clay Foster: Professional Outreach Program’s 2014 Excellence Award. Structure that lasts, materials that hold up, and design that endures; all inspirations for Clay’s work, by Kevin Wallace.

Balancing on a Hard Edge:Stoney Lamar finesses gravity and the predictable at the Asheville Art Museum A retrospective look at a woodturner’s quest to capture the essence of imbalance and kinetic energy in wood and metal, by David M. Fry.

 

Association News

From the Editor: Betty Scarpino
President’s Letter: Dale Larson
Jerry and Deena Kaplan: One-of-a-Kind Award
Bay Area Woodturners: Celebrate 25th Anniversary
Penturners’ Meeting
Allen Hockenbery: AAW 2014 Honorary Lifetime Member

Woodturner Chatter

Book Review: Why We Make Things and Why It Matters: The Education of a Craftsman by Peter Korn
Tim Yoder’s Woodturning Show Returns
Arrowmont Purchases Historic Campus
Calendar of Events
Call for Demonstrators AAW Symposium 2015
Recovery from the Flood, Three Years On
Prescott Area Woodturners Help Local School
Tips

Gallery

Professional OutreachProgram Exhibition: "Ceremony," AAW International Symposium, Phoenix
Members' Gallery: Jérôme Blanc, Dick Sing, Tony Kopchinski, Ron Rupert

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