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Inside the June 2016 Issue
Turn a Shawl Ring and Pin: Bob Rosand creates a classic decorative fashion accessory.
Multiaxis Tablet Stand: A personal electronics table prop that doubles as an artful sculptural piece, by Larry Sefton.
Customized Center Punch: Customize an off-the-shelf center punch to give it a comfortable grip and classic style, by Joe Larese.
A Lathe-Turned Drum Set: “These babies really roar!” Woodturner and drummer Jeff Salter turns a five-drum kit that rocks the house!
Concepts for a Woodturner’s Guitar: Explore the possibilities of a lathe-turned guitar, by Bernie Hrytzak.
In Search of Big Trees: A production woodturner, Mike Mahoney spends his off-time finding and documenting champion trees.
Turning Wood: It Does Grow on Trees - Jim Finley outlines the challenges to forest sustainability and how we can help with conservation.
Turned and Sculpted: Wood Art from the Collection of Arthur and Jane Mason - A gift of woodturnings forms the basis of a historically significant collection at the Georgia Museum of Art, by Betty J. Scarpino.
Helga Winter: The Vocabulary of Experience - Helga Winter's curiosity and strong desire for discovery inform her playful and colorful creations, by Betty J. Scarpino.
Post-Millennial Standout: Herishegesan Sripathmanathan - Improvisation and a leap of faith help this novice woodturner create standout work, by David M. Fry.
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