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December 1st, 2021


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Keith Mombourquette
Southampton, Ontario, Canada

About Keith

Keith has been an avid woodworker for over 50 years with a focus on cabinets and furniture pieces. In 2019 he was given a lathe which he immediately put to use to make a set of legs for a hall table. This triggered a passion for turning wood which has kept him busy at the lathe ever since. Keith turns a number of forms including hollow forms, bowls, boxes and pens. He is slowly expanding his art to include embellishing his turnings with colour, pyrography, and geometry. Keith also enjoys developing jigs and fixtures to facilitate his wood turning projects. Keith can be reached at 519-379-7574.


For more information on Keith's work, you can contact Keith at mombourk@gmail.com.

An Assortment of Hollow Forms

An Assortment of Hollow Forms

This collection of hollow forms were all turned during the early part of 2021. They are constructed from spalted maple (left), spalted chestnut, and Bartlett pear (second from right). The tallest is 12 Inches high and the shortest is 7. All are finished with Tung oil.

© Keith Mombourquette


Fluted Maple Bowl

This bowl is 14 1/2 in dia by 4 in high. It is made of hard maple. The rim is about 2 in wide, and is embellished with 36 arcs that are each 1/2 inch wide. The undercut grooves in the back of the rim work to create a lattice like effect. it is finished with wipe on polyurethane.

© Keith Mombourquette

Fluted Maple Bowl