Friday
December 14th, 2018


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David Plowright
Kincardine, Ontario, Canada

About David

David retired in 2001 and bought his first lathe in November 2003. Shortly after joining the Grey-Bruce Woodturners Guild, he began taking one-on-one lessons from the late Jeff Parsons and has steadily progressed. As Jeff said, "his enthusiasm and desire to learn are boundless".

During the relatively short time David has been at the lathe, he has produced some beautiful natural edge, square, and delicate pieces like the ones shown in this exhibition. David turns a variety of timbers, but notes a preference for local maple and cherry.


For more information on David's work, you can contact David at plowright@bmts.com.

Segmented Vase

Segmented Vase

Tall segmented vase made from a variety of woods with contrasting colours.

© David Plowright


Long Stem Goblets

2" diameter x 7" tall
and
2" diameter x 11" tall

The small goblet is made from maple.
The tall goblet is made from cherry.

© David Plowright

Long Stem Goblets

Natural Edge Bowl on  Pedestal

Natural Edge Bowl on Pedestal

7 1/2" diameter x 8" tall

Natural edge maple bowl on black walnut pedestal.

© David Plowright


Burl Bowl

Bowl turned from a piece of burl with voids.

© David Plowright

Burl Bowl