This afternoon, Tony Rozendaal dropped off the Empty Bowls donated by MAWT members. There were a total of 18 bowls in the box. One of the bowls was unintentionally omitted from the photo gallery below. Good work, everybody – the bowls were very well received by the people with whom … Continue reading
Tony Rozendaal and Curt Van Weelden presented Harvesting and Drying Wood. The document that Tony referenced which shows the grain patterns in bowls from various locations in the log is here. Curt’s Excel Wood Drying Log is here. A PDF version for those who do not have access to Excel is here. A … Continue reading
If you are an AAW member, you are encouraged to vote in the election for board members. AAW Members to Vote for Board There are six candidates running for the AAW Board of Directors. We ask that you encourage your AAW members to vote and help make this election turnout … Continue reading
Dave Heller from Monticello, WI demonstrated turning miniatures. A link to Dave’s web page.
Rob Nelson from Larsen, WI demonstrated turning a trembleur. A copy of a previous handout on making string steadies is here.
Milwaukee Empty Bowls is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that uses art to heighten hunger awareness and raise funds that help food pantries and meal programs in Milwaukee. We create hand-made bowls that are offered to the public at our main event in October. A $25 donation ($10 for bowls made by … Continue reading
Tony Rozendaal still has a number of beads available that can be incorporated into Beads of Courage boxes. At the meeting on June 5, he announced that the Beads of Courage Boxes are due at the November meeting. The club will make a arrangements with the national organization to deliver … Continue reading
Tony Rozendaal will have beads for the “Beads of Courage” bowls to pass out at the June 2017 meeting. Each bead is $1.25.
Brent English from Robust Tools in Barneveld, WI gave a presentation on lathe care and maintenance. A copy of Brent’s handout is found here.
Consider attending the 2017 Symposium in Kansas City. Click on the graphic for more information