My Contemporary Collection takes the shapes and natural woods and combines them with the unexpected. I have developed a process to use non-toxic, water based dye to add blue's, red's green's and yellow's to dye the wood segments and solid wood. I also combine acrylics and resins into some bowls to give them the extra wow factor. If you are looking for a bowl that is just unexpected, this is the collection for you
BOWL # 282 . . . . . . . . $ 50.00
This Handturned Wood Bowl is from my Contemporary Collection, which features classical wood bowls with a twist of materials and colors. This bowl is made from Tiger Maple and has been dyed a deep blue. The tiger stripes are a natural occurrence in rare cases and is sometimes called fiddleback maple or the more generic figured maple. The bowl measures 8" in diameter and is 4" tall. The bowl is finished in a high quality paste furniture wax for a nice soft patina.
This Bowl ONLY Available on dmwwoodworking.com, please contact me at email@example.com if Interested.
BOWL # 289 . . . . . . . . $ 35.00
This Handturned Segmented Wood Bowl is from my Contemporary Collection, which features classical wood bowls with a twist of materials and colors. This bowl is made from Blue, Green and Red Dyed Beech, with the cream color, the natural color of the Beech. This dye is not on the surface, but all the way thru the entire block and is dyed prior to turning. The bowl is made up of 36 individually cut pieces of wood. The bowl measures 8" in diameter and is 3" tall. The bowl is finished in several coats of Hi Gloss Lacquer.