Sculptural

# 3426 Silver Maple Mistletoe Burl

with turquoise and pheasant feathers

6 H x  10 D

# 3429 Silver Maple Mistletoe Burl

with turquoise and pheasant feathers

13 1/2 H x  7 D

 

# 3432 Silver Maple Mistletoe Burl

with turquoise and pheasant feathers

11 1/2 H x  5 3/4 D

 

# 3434 Silver Maple Mistletoe Burl

with turquoise and pheasant feathers

11 1/2 H x  6 1/2 D

 

# 3436 Silver Maple Mistletoe Burl

with turquoise and pheasant feathers

8 1/2 H x  12 1/2 D

 

# 3439 Silver Maple Mistletoe Burl

with turquoise and pheasant feathers

11" H x  8" D

Detail  of # 3439
"Things of Flight" (Series) #2943

Manzaneta burl, Turquoise, and deer antler.     

10 H x 10 W x 10 D

 

"Things of Flight" (Series) #2945

Manzaneta burl and Pheasant feathers

11 H x 12 W x 11 D

 

"Things of Flight" (Series) #2946

Manzaneta burl, Pheasant feathers, and deer antler

   11 H x 9 W x 11 D

 

"Things of Flight" (Series) #2947

Manzaneta burl, Pheasant feathers, and deer antler

15 H x 13 W x 9D

"Things of Flight" (Series) #2949

Silver Maple, Turquoise, and Pheasant feathers

13 H x 6W x 6D

"Things of Flight" (Series) #2954

American Smoke tree burl, Turquoise, Pheasant feathers and deer antler   

11 H x     10 W x 8 D

 

"Aviary Mansion V"

 Macasur Ebony with American Smoke Tree burl  and fossil Mammoth ivory *. Stand Lace wood

15 1/2 H x 4 1/4 W x 9 1/2 D

 

 

 

Aviary Mansion VI

 

 

 

Stand-Indian rosewood, 

Mansion-Sugar maple, American Smoke tree burl, Coco

bolo rosewood & fossil Mammoth ivory, 

13 1/2"H x 4"W x7"D

 

 

 

 

Aviary Mansion VII

 

 

 

Stand-Angelim Vermelho, Mansion-spalted Holly, Coco bolo roseweood, & fossil Mammoth Ivory,

 13 1/2" H x 4" W x 6 3/4" D

 

"Spirit Offering"

Vessel - American Smoke Tree Burl

Stand - Ebony, fossil Mammoth ivory *, beads, feathers, synthetic sinew

10 H x 8 D

 

"Nut on a Chain"

Nut - American Smoke Tree Burl and Turquoise

Stand - Lacewood

11 1/2 H x 4 1/2 W x 10 D

 

"Step up to the Plate"

Bat - American Holly

Plate - Rubber, plastic and wood

"Displayed in the American Association of Woodturners 2006 Juried Exhibit in Louisville, KY  "

Detail Image
 *   "All fossil Mammoth ivory used came from a tusk section that was excavated from a gold mine in Alaska. 

It has been estimated to be between 15-25 thousand years old. No present day ivory was used."

 

Creative Woodturning

by

Jack Rogers
 

(256) 881-6703

Cell (256)656-2762
jcrogers@knology.net

 

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