In issue 392 of Woodturning magazine we have lots for you to enjoy, beginning with our Guest Editor, Richard Findley, who introduces the issue; begins a new series looking at how to get into demonstrating; and introduces the unique and extraordinary work of Larry Marley.
In Projects, Andy Coates recreates a pottery tankard in wood; Les Symonds creates a tall Art Nouveau-style vase; Sue Harker turns a hinged lidded container; James Duxbury makes a back scratcher; and Steve Bisco turns, carves and gilds a Louis XV-style dolphin tazza.
In our Techniques section, Andrew Potocnik tackles turning with oak branches; Mark Palma discusses the best adhesives for turning projects; and Alan Holtham shows you how to master the art of turning pummels.
In Features, Stewart Furini reports from Spain’s largest annual woodturning event, The Encontro; Trefor Roberts, president of the National Association of Woodworkers, reveals the second and third place winners from last year’s Art of Wood Exhibition competition; Mike Stafford confesses his passion for turning boxes; and Pete Moncrieff-Jury considers the wisdom that practice makes perfect.
Plus we have a sneak peek of our next issue.
All this and more in Woodturning 392!