Category: art, bowls and vessels, craft, design, land, traditional woodcraft, transfer of energy, vessels, woodwork Tagged: art, black walnut, craft, design, hollow form, jack baumgartner, land, walnut crotch, wooden vessel, woodturning, woodwork
Wow! With that hole (and the form) it reminds me of an ancient Greek vessel. I love it.
Thanks Mikey, it reminds me of that too. I can’t wait for you to see the one I am going to post on Monday!
Nice work Jack.
much appreciated, Tyler.
I love everything you do.
Wow, those are powerful encouraging words. Thank you.
Something so symmetrical and polished and deep and rich has a ………………….hole in it! Like a map! Or something burned itself free. But why would it have to, there’s an opening at the top. What a mystery! It really looks alive.
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