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April 16th, 2021


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Bob Dyck
Neustadt, Ontario, Canada

About Bob

Bob started woodturning in 2010 after having looked at an inherited Rockwell Beaver lathe in his basement for 30 years. He has now upgraded to a used General 26020 with a lot less vibration. Bob enjoys trying a variety of projects, from bowls to boxes to hollow turning to epoxy inlay platters - using all types of wood, including elm, apple, and maple gathered from the yard. Bob lives on 3.5 acre property just north of Ayton, with nice bright workshop.


For more information on Bob's work, you can contact Bob at rdyck@wightman.ca.

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Hollow form.

Hollow form.

From chinese elm.

© Bob Dyck


Hollow form with finial lid.

Base is chestnut.

© Bob Dyck

Hollow form with finial lid.

Small platter.

Small platter.

White ash with mahogany inlay in blue epoxy.

© Bob Dyck


Off center epoxy inlay platter

Short lengths of Cu and Al embedded into off-center black epoxy ring.

© Bob Dyck

Off center epoxy inlay platter

Hollow form with finial lid

Hollow form with finial lid

Box elder base.

© Bob Dyck


Bowl

From apple tree that had been burned.

© Bob Dyck

Bowl
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