Oak Burlwood Hollow Form
Oak burlwood is one of the artists' favorite burls to turn. All species of burl are unique in their own right. The turning reminds the artist of the Monument Valley area with its' simple and beautiful rock formations of red and brown colors.
Turning bulwood can cause challneges for the artist, biggest problem, inconsistancies in wood, voids, and punky sections. This particular piece ended up having large voids on the bottom of the turning. After shaping the outside and hollowing the interior, the last step is finishing the bottom. This turning has voids all through the bottom which is challenging but worth the effort. Laquer has finished this piece.
Dry cloth to just dust. If shine is dull, use the same dry cloth and buff the wood gently