April meeting demonstrator - Lane Phillips: turning an "upside down" natural edge bowl

  • 20 Apr 2017
  • 6:30 PM
  • Pacific Northwest Carpenters Institute

Lane will demonstrate turning an "upside-down, natural edge bowl form.

Lane Phillips started turning professionally in 1982 after writing his master's thesis on Spalted wood at Brigham Young University (BYU). Lane is well known for his extraordinary lathe work of bowls, vases and sculptures. Lane is an exceptional educator and author who has demonstrated at BYU, American Association of Woodturners, and Southern States Symposium as well as many clubs. He has taught for John C Campbell and Craft Supplies USA for many years. Lane has no distinct style, shape or embellishment because every piece of wood requires a different approach to release its beauty. He is known for working with rings to increase strength or beauty. He is also known for his translucent work with soft woods, especially spalted wood.

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