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WOODTURNED OBJECTS FROM NATIVE AUSTRALIAN TIMBERS
 

Smaller Coolibah burl hollow form

Approx 4" high x 4" diam.

Flame She oak vase/hollow form

Approx 7" high x 3" diam

Ring Gidgee vase hollow form

Approx 6" high x 4" diam.

Hollow Vase form made from Budgeroo showing the natural rustic outside of the log.

Approx 12" high and 8" diameter

Australia All over.

A Budgeroo burl bowl with natural edge the colours and texture depict a typical Australian outback image, from the rugged mountains to the outback plains.

Under the Shade of a Coolibah tree

Series of natural edge hollow forms made from Coolibah Burl found in Outback Queensland in Waltzing Matilta Country near Winton. These pieces are made in the vein of the typical camp oven often used by pioneers in this part of the country.

Approx 14" diameter and stands 7" high

By a Fire of Gidgee Coals

Natural edge hollow form made from Ring Gidgee and depicts the colours found in a Gidgee fire coals after an over night burn. The lighter sapwood glowing from amongst the darker truewood. Where the red glow of the Gidgee coals glows amongst the white ash around it.


Approx 10" diameter stands approx 8 " high

 Coolibah burl fat rim bowl

Approx 12" in diam and 3" high

Wings Across Australia Series.

Using the fork of a branch as the top of the vase / hollow form to depict wings. This piece stands approx 14" high and 8" diameter made from Budgeroo. Note the textured inner surface of the wings

Mulga bowl thinner walls with a cove around the base
of the rim to give a different shape. A more upright form

10" diam x 4" high
   
 

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