DDWC
February 2018 Meeting
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Ian Ford, guest speaker for February.

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Face carving entitled "Haka"

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Some of Ian's larger caricature carvings.

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Rear scooped out to save weight.

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Work in progress - carving to celebrate the centenary of end of WW1

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Faces of Native American Indians which he sells in America!

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Some early examples of love spoons.

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First place in Masters' section from John Williams using Elm and Walnut.

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Second equal place to Peter Fantham and his bowl in Olive.

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Shared with Derek Puplett's "Flaming" vase in Silver Birch.

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Third place to the scrollsawn exhibit from James Sharpe

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Itchy back? Then see John Henbery - combination of woodturning and carving in Oak.

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Richard Hagues exhibit in Ash is whatever you want it to be!

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Dick Potter's vase turned from Damson.

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A clear winner on the Members' Open table was Geoff Dalton's hollowform in Spalted Beech.

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In second place was Lisa Williams' pyrography work.

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Third place taken by Peter Rutter for his segmented bowl.

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Graham Legg puts his fingers at risk by producing a pentagon shaped bowl

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David Reynolds uses Spalted Beech for his deep bowl.

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Carving by Peter Branson in Lime.

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Brian Walker turned a narrow vase in Plum.

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A finialed box came from John Waring's workshop.

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Graham Jerram used Laburnum to make this dish.

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James Snell turned a lidded pot from Sycamore.

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Carole Snell likes a challenge and carved her gargoyle from Boxwood.

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Douglas Moseley used up some spare pen blanks to make this bowl.

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Liz King made her pyrographed clock from Pine.

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John "Juan" Pickup brings along something a little different!

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Cheeseboard with marquetry inlay from Tony Reindorp.