Bowls From an One Hundred Year Ash Tree

Five bowls turned from part of a salvaged Ash tree from Peabody, Kansas. The tree was well over one hundred years old and was nearly five feet in diameter. Most of it we milled into lumber but some was set aside for making wooden bowls. It is a humbling and awe-filled experience getting to work with material from such a being as was this tree.

7 thoughts on “Bowls From an One Hundred Year Ash Tree

  1. Beautiful bowls. I’ve done a fair amount of turning and delight to be the first person to ever see the interior of the tree. What a wonderful opportunity to be a creator viewing the Creators work. Your bowls also express Creator/created beauty to me. Many thanks for sharing them with us.

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