Bowl blanks

Winter 2015

Immediately after graduating high school, I went to work for a small logging company. Soon, I owned a one-ton truck, a couple of chainsaws, and enough other gear to begin my own small business. The business is long gone, but I still have the saws and a pickup, and I ocassionally  get access to entire trees.


I have no desire to get into the retail bowl blank business, but when I get a high quality log there is usually more wood than I can use, and I offer some blanks for sale.

Currently available wood


I frequently have ash, aspen, asian elm, and honey locust blanks for sale. Contact me to discuss size, figure, moisture levels, and shipping options. I can ship blanks pre-cut into round cheese wheels or in half-log condition, allowing you to determine the orientation of your finished piece from within the blank. Half logs will require you to have a band saw with appropriate clearance. Bandsawing bowl blanks is inherently dangerous, and working safely in your shop is your responsibility- if you don't have prior experience with this I recommend purchasing cheese wheel blanks. All blanks are wax sealed at the time I cut them. 

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About my work:

I create lathe-turned fine art and craft, and my native style tends toward organic, serene art forms that celebrate nature, primitive cultures, and wood personality as part of the composition. My work incorporates texture, color, fire, bone, stone inlay, mixed woods, and metal inlay.