August 2008 Show & Tell Pictures

Anonymous


Whoever made this wonderful toy did not leave his/her information.
8/8/2008 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Battocchio


This Craftsman Clock is made from Walnut, Oak, Pine, Poplar, Maple, Redwood, Cedar, Mrytlewood. The finish is Polyurethane.
8/8/2008 Click on image to see closeup.

Dave Blackburn


Here are seven more great boxes by Dave. They are all slide boxes made at the request of one of his exhibiting galleries. The finish is lacquer and polyurethane. There are a wide variety of contrasts and patterns.
8/8/2008 Click on image to see closeup.

Bill Gourlay


Mountain Man is a 5"x8" tall Basswood figure. A slight breeze from his right has tipped up his hat brim slightly, blown hair onto his face, turned down his mustache and ruffled his beard. He has a mink tail neclace with two bear claws on it. The finish is sanding sealer with finishing wax. Reference: Carving the Historic Western Face" by Bob Lundy.
8/8/2008 Click on image to see closeup.


Cowboy #4 is also a 5"x8" tall carving. It is made from Butternut. This cowboy has been in one too many bar fights, as his nose will attest. It is finished in Finishing Wax. Reference: Carving the Historic Western Face" by Bob Lundy.
8/8/2008 Click on image to see closeup.


Hibiscus #5 (& #6). These are carved from Butternut and mounted on driftwood and set on a slice of Cherry burl. The finishes: Hibiscus and leaves, Sanding Sealer and Acrylics plus Krylon Matte Finish on leaves and outside of flower. The inside has high gloss Varathane. Reference: "Carving Realistic Flowers in Wood", by Wanda Marsh.
8/8/2008 Click on image to see closeup.

Marshall Nathanson


These Valet Boxes were all made from the same Walnut tree that Marshall helped to harvest. The first is made from Sapwood Crotch Walnut. The second is made from Heartwood Crotch Walnut. The third is made from Quarter Sawn boards. All have a removable tray and all are finished in Tung Oil.
8/8/2008 Click on image to see closeup.

Dan Waingrow


Dan made this Wells Fargo Plaque by tracing a Wells Fargo calendar with his scroll saw.
8/8/2008 Click on image to see closeup.