August 2007 Show & Tell Pictures

Tim Albers



8/3/2007 Click on image to see closeup.

Dan Gallo


Cube in a Cube. How is it done? Hint: large Forstner Bit!
Marble Coordination Game. Wood: Red Oak, Cherry, Mahogany, and Baltic Birch Plywood. Finish: Watco Danish Oil and topped with Deft Satin spray Lacquer.
Pencil in a Board. How is this done? There are no cut or glue lines and no glue is used.
8/3/2007 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Gourlay


The first is a Grizzly Bear. It is made of Stude Walnut and is finished with Tung Oil.
8/3/2007 Click on image to see closeup.


This is a sculpture in which individual carvings of geese (walnut) and fish (tupelo) have been mounted. It is titled "Sea & Sky" and finished with semi-gloss Varathane. The light source from opposite directions shows off the 3-D quality. The simple dado-ed walnut frame wraps up this project.
8/3/2007 Click on image to see closeup.

Arlen Handberg


This is Arlen's special Tic Tac Toe game made from Walnut and finished in Lacquer.
8/3/2007 Click on image to see closeup.

Richard Kingsbury


This picture does not do justice to Richard's game board entry to the challenge.
8/4/2007 Click on image to see closeup.

Marshall Nathanson


Marshall's entry is the elegant Cribbage Board and Box. It is built from Santos Mahogany and finished in Tung Oil and wax. There are 367 holes; a magnetic latch keeps it from opening.
8/3/2007 Click on image to see closeup.