ALABAMA WOODTURNER'S ASSOCIATION CLASS SERIES
The demonstrator for our June 10 th Alabama Woodturner’s meeting and our afternoon class instructor will be Charlie Durham. Charlie says he has been making sawdust all his life, making something or another. Since his retirement as a pastor, Charlie turns at least one bowl a day, when he is not volunteering for the Tuscaloosa Habitat for Humanity organization, or organizing needed construction projects at a local youth camp. As a woodturner, he has been mentored by Maurice Claybaugh , the Woodturners Association of West Alabama, The John C. Campbell Folk School in Cherokee County, North Carolina. His most recent study has focused on hollow forms with David Ellsworth. For our club meeting, Charlie will be demonstrating turning a live edge bowl, which will also be the focus of the afternoon class. A live edge bowl, sometimes called a natural edge bowl, is a bowl that uses the natural contour of the bark side of a log as the top rim edge of the bowl.
Be sure to attend the AWA meeting in the morning (9:00 AM at Hardware Park https://alabamawoodturners.com/meetings/)
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