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Front Range Woodturners
Last updated: 5/24/2018
Bear Limvere
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22625 Cottontail Ct
80106  United States
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303 648-3414 (Phone)
303 921-8018 (Mobile)
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  Professional level
  Bowl, Boxes, Carving, Decorative, Functional, Hollow Forms, Jewelry, Multi Axis, Natural Edge, Ornamental, Sculpture, Traditional Woodturning
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22625 Cottontail Ct
80106  United States
 [ Map ]
303 648-3414 (Phone)
Visit Website »
  Collector, Custom woodturning, Demonstrations, Production turning, Projects
  Bowl, Carving, Decorative, Functional, Hollow Forms, Multi-Axis, Natural edge turning, Ornamental (OT), Platter, Sculpture, Traditional Woodturning
  Internet, Shows
  Comtemporary Woodturners, Historic Woodturnings
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  Local demonstrations, Regional demonstrations
  Bowl/Platter, Hollow Form/Boxes, Multi-Axis, Specialty
  $200 to $400
  Boxes, Carving, Functional, Hollow Forms, Multi-Axis, Ornamental (OT), Sculpture, Tools and techniques, Traditional Woodturning
  Shape & Form for Woodturners: In depth talk about shape and form in hollow forms and bowls. Discuss design, proportion, and decoration while keeping math to a minimum.

Bowls: fundamentals to finished product.

Drinking Cups: basics thru carving handles.

Pole-lathe Turning: including discussing making a foot-powered lathe.

Platters From 5/4 stock: start to finish.

Hollow Forms: Basics and intro to guided hollowing tools.

Multi-axis Turning: Introduction and various chucks.
  Chapter meetings, Regional US symposia, Shop or studio
  5 to 8
  I have been working with wood for as long as I can remember. I studied
cabinet-making with an elderly carpintero, who taught me to talk to my
woods, asking if they wanted to be part of the project. I draw inspiration for
my turnings from many sources: Native American pottery, Classical and
Oriental forms, and the wood itself.

In addition to creating full-size artistic and functional pieces, I create scaled
miniature pieces for collectors, and Victorian-style Ornamental Turning.

I have been demonstrating and teaching since 2003, and demos include:

“Handled Drinking Bowls”, “Ornamental Turning”, “Turning Miniatures in
Wood”, and “Turning a Ring-segmented Bowl” for the Front Range Woodturners.

“Ornamental Turning”, “Turning Miniatures in Wood”, and “Turning Large Platters from 5/4 Stock” for the Rocky Mountain Woodturners Symposium.

I have done several hands-on classes for the "Ladies of the Lathe" group in Denver, including: "Turned Jewelry", "Basic Bowls", and "Turned Boxes"
Additional Information
  Front Range Woodturners CO, Ornamental Turners International WA
  Society of Ornamental Turners (England)
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