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Last updated: 4/10/2018
Pat Carroll
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  1/1/2008
  Advanced level
  Bowl, Boxes, Carving, Color Texture, Decorative, Finials, Functional, Hollow Forms, Jewelry, Multi Axis, Natural Edge, Ornamental, Other, Pen, Projects, Sculpture, Segmented, Spindle, Therming, Traditional Woodturning
Professional Information
Artist
  Corporate art, Cremation urns, Custom woodturning, Demonstrations, Group instruction, Private instruction, School, Teacher
  Bowl, Cremation Urn, Decorative, Finials, Functional, Hollow Forms, Multi-Axis, Natural edge turning, Ornaments, Platter, Spindle, Threaded boxes, Traditional Woodturning
  Media Articles
  Craft Fairs, Direct, Internet
  https://www.facebook.com/slievebhui.woodturnings
  Comtemporary Woodturners, Functional pieces, Historic Woodturnings, Other, Sculptural pieces
  Yes, I understand by joining my member profile is searchable by public
  AAW/International, Local demonstrations, Regional demonstrations, Remote demonstrations
  Bowl/Platter, Embellishment, Hollow Form/Boxes, Multi-Axis
  Open to negotiation, please contact
  Bowl, Boxes, Color and texture, Finials, Functional, Hollow Forms, Multi-Axis, Natural edge turning, Threaded boxes, Tools and techniques, Traditional Woodturning
  Hollow forms, tools and techniques. Beaded boxes with finials
Brick illusion, using a router at the lathe
Colour and texture
  AAW International symposia, Chapter meetings, Craft Schools, International symposia, Regional US symposia, Shop or studio
  5 to 8
  My name is Pat Carroll. I have been turning since 2002. My first instructor was Willie Stedmond, one of the founder members of the Irish Wood Turners Guild. I live at the foot of Sliabh Bhui Mountain (yellow mountain). I have taken inspiration from the beautiful surroundings of the rocks trees and springs in the area. My early work was mainly natural edge from which I soon moved on to hollow forms. After making many large scale hollow forms I soon developed my beaded forms using home made tools. My current work is partly based on the brick illusion and the basket illusion. I m constantly looking for ideas to further my woodturning and create pieces that will be admired and revered for years to come.
Additional Information
  Not a chapter member
  Irish Woodturners Guild
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