Members Gallery

Members can send pictures to  info@kingstonwoodturners.com  :

Check out this recent turning by Frank Berinstein, a lidded container, carved and tinted and wood burning detail, 5¼” in diameter and 6¼” tall.

by Walt Sepic. A cup in a bowl, approx 7½" x 6" x 4" high, in spalted elm.

Take a minute to check out the pendants that Joe Bernard has been turning recently. 

 

They range from 2 to 3½ inch diameter. The woods used include Maple, Cherry, Walnut, Oak Burl, Mahogany and Camaru (a South American hardwood).

Please have a look below at Frank Berinstein's latest piece: a lidded vessel with red maple body and apple wood lid. The piece is tinted, wood burned and stippled. 

 

The diameter is 10 ½ " tall and the piece is ¼ " tall with lid, 4 ¼” without lid. It has a lacquered finish and is fitted with brass feet.

Dear KWT Member...

 

Hope all is well with you and yours.

 

Please have a look at Walt's latest turning, a 16" x 8" x 2" rectangular flared platter/bowl. Note also the sanding dust box and the semi rigid foam roller used to hold the sandpaper.

 

Let us know what you have been turning!

 

Kirk Baker's latest turnings

Show and Tell from April :

 

KWT at MacLachlan

Amanda, a summer student at maclachlan woodworking museum admires the top she turned with Keith and Nelson's supervision

About Us

We are a non-profit organization and welcome anybody interested in wood turning . We have regular monthly meetings held the second Wednesday of the month.  We meet at the Frontenac school on bath rd at 7 pm. There are also weekly "Learn n Turn" sessions at Nelsons studio. Please contact for  more information and times

 

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Email: info@kingstonwoodturners.com

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