Woodturners of south west florida
Highlights of June 7, 2005
Show 'n' Tell
Barry Finver and Chris Pendelton 
WSWF President Barry Finver presented Chris Pendleton
of the Edison/Ford Museum with a
Lifetime Honorary Membership
in appreciation of the support she has offered our club.
Bob Blythe with painted vessel 
Bob Blythe
with his painted vessel.

Gene Chestnut with Indian Weave segmented bowl
Gene Chestnut has created another gorgeous segmentd bowl -
 this time, it's a intricate variation of a conventional  woven pattern.

Frank Bauer plays his turned wooden flute 
Frank Bauer turned a wooden headstock
for his traditional silver flute,
and treated the club to a mini-concert
to show the tonal quality of the wood.


Sy Plonsky with Albezia lebbeck vessel 
Sy Plonsky truly showcased the grain pattern
in this hollow vessel of Albezia lebbeck.

Sue Thomas with her turned pens

Sue Thomas proudly displays some of her turned pens.


Jim Mckay discussing his Florida Mahogany bowl
Jim McKay discusses the burned ring rim
of his Florida mahogany bowl.

Bill Sullivan brought a power carving setup for hands on trial.
Bill Sullivan brought a power carving setup for demo
and a hands-on trial for the membership.
June 7, 2005 meeting in action

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