This craftsman's companion celebrates the woodturners and innovative artists from around the world who have taken bowl-making to a higher level of aesthetic form.
Little Book of Wooden Bowls features 31 of today's finest woodworkers and elite artisans—such as Virginia Dodson, Binh Pho, Harvey Fein, Paul Fennell, and Marilyn Campbell—who share their personal motivations, thought processes, and the studio techniques they employ to bring out the breathtaking beauty of wood.
Each artist's profile includes full-color, studio-quality photographs of their most spectacular and inspirational work, including vessels, bowls, platters, and more, along with insights on their design ideas and objectives.
Curated by prominent wood art authorities Kevin Wallace and Terry Martin, this book is sure to become a treasure in every woodworking library. Co-author Kevin Wallace is the Director of the Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts in Ojai, California, and co-author Terry Martin is an internationally-known woodturner who gives presentations around the world on woodturning.
Presented in an attractive pocket-sized 5.75-inch by 7-inch format, Little Book of Wooden Bowls will make a cherished gift for any woodturner!
"Little Book of Wooden Bowls is a joy to browse, and highly recommended as a wondrous repository of ideas and inspiration for woodworkers."
—The Midwest Book Review