There Is A Season

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10 Comments on “There Is A Season

  1. Beautiful shots, my friend! Is it woodshop season already? What happened to painting time? These vessels are outstanding!

    • Thank you, Mikey. Don’t worry. I am still painting. These are actually from this spring- I am just now getting around to posting them.

    • Thank you Jana, for your insights. Those origins definitely matter.

  2. Jack, your creations are so beautiful, a real inspiration to all us sawdust makers out here in the boonies.

  3. I left a comment the other day, but I may have left it in the wrong place. This may be a repeat.

    Jack, The carved and blackened bowls shown in this portfolio are intriguing and beautiful. Are these blackened by scorching like a previous bowl you photographed? Or ebonizing? As usual your work inspires me to try new things. Many thanks for posting these photos. Don

    • Thank you, Don. I am always grateful for your comments, and honored to be an inspiration. The big wide bowl was charred and the taller vertically fluted bowl was ebonized.

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