I have been turning since 2001.  As a member of the Lexington Arts and Crafts society, I participated in their gallery displays and shows.  I also have sold through a number of Boston area galleries, including Handworks in Acton, the Cambridge Artists Co-op and the Christmas sale at DeCordova Sculpture and Art Museum in Lincoln. […]

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My first segmented turning was way back in high school wood shop.  It was just another wood shop project and I wasn’t that excited about woodturning back then.  I still have that project. I have always enjoyed woodworking but after high school, I went directly to college and after that is was 4 years in […]

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Paul Bartlett age 77 Born and raised in Pittsfield NH. 4 years in the Air Force 1958-1962 Airframe repairman 4 Years working Sheet metal repair Mohawk Airlines. 24 Years Eastman Kodak Metal Fab and aerospace work. Retired at age 52 and had kilns and sold lumber to local woodworkers. Built and sold furniture from 1982 to […]

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Tom Lohman

I Lives in Duluth Minnesota with my wife of 37 years, where I recently retired from a career as an Electrical Engineer in the Power industry.   Then we also have a 34-year-old son who is a senior scientist for a pharmaceutical testing firm. I have been woodworking for more than half of my life then […]

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Brian Horais lives in Knoxville, Tennessee.  His primary woodturning focus is on turning twisted segmented objects.  Brian developed his interest in non-round (also known as multi-axis) wood turning during an Arrowmont course entitled “Round is so Over-Rated” taught by Art Liestman and Barbara Dill in 2012.  A later Arrowmont course in segmented turning taught by […]

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I’ve been a member of Segmented Woodturners since the beginning after attending the first Symposium at Mark Adams.  I started turning in 2000 and did flat work building clocks as well.  I was in such a quandary for a while, if I was building clocks I wasn’t turning and visa versa.  I didn’t want to […]

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Hi, my name is Hal Gorss. I’m 63 this year and retired 2 years now. I started woodturning forty-some years ago while I was in college when someone offered me a 6” wood lathe.  I am a graduate of California Polytechnic University, Pomona, Calif. with a degree in manufacturing engineering. After graduation I worked for […]

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I live in Anaheim California. I started turning on an old ShopSmith in the early seventies, then when I retired in 1995 I found a part-time job at The Wood Workers Club as a turning instructor and shop monitor.  At the same time, I started taking woodworking classes at Cerritos College the local community college.  […]

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I first was introduced to woodturning in 7th grade by the industrial arts teacher, as they were called back then. Mr Tobias turned some beautiful bowls to show us and I was hooked. During that year I made the usual what-not’s learning to turn. Fast forward to 10th grade I turned a 15 in. diameter […]

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Pete Marken

Pete is well known for his precision designs and flawless finishes.  These areas of expertise will be the focus of his demonstrations in St. Louis.  Pete will show attendees his precision jig for ring centering and alignment.  In another rotation, Pete will share the multistep process he uses for accomplishing the high quality finish he […]

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