By Andy Goldman
I posted this picture and the 3 others a few months ago. I was asked if I could donate these two bowls to a Nationally recognized Charity. I gave them to a friend to take better pictures than I had done to make it easier for them to be accepted to the Charities auction. The bowl is 8” H X 13” W and is made of Canary, Hard Maple and Peruvian Walnut. It consists of 37 layers of 96 segments per layer for a total of 3552 pieces.
I am a retiring Commercial General Contractor from Southern California and a lover of woodworking! I have always enjoyed cutting wood into small pieces and gluing them back together.
I bought myself a Delta lathe about 10 years ago and without any training started to turn wood. I learned the hard way through trial and error, bent tools, flying wood, and stitches in my fingers. I loved it! My failure rate was large, my excitement rate continued to grow...