Wednesday, August 1, 2012


Mike has been woodturning only two years now since he fully retired from a nine-to-five life, but already his work is of high quality. He has been experimenting with various woods, including spalted maple (shown here). Other favorite woods include black cherry, black walnut, butternut, and sugar maple. Bowls from these various Vermont woods are currently on display in the AIR Gallery. Letting no moss grow underfoot, Mike is currently taking advanced classes in woodturning from former gallery woodturning veteran, Nick Rosato, and expects to have a new line of bowls on display for the holiday season.

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