The Bowler Hatted Turner

The Wonders of Woodturning

by The Bowler Hatted Turner - April 15th, 2017

To help celebrate the Association of Woodturners of Great Britain I will be giving a talk in Trowbridge Town Hall on 18th May.

Go to Town Hall Arts for more information

Latest news

by The Bowler Hatted Turner - January 30th, 2017

I am pleased to say that last year at the Annual General Meeting of the Register of Professional Turners, which is supported by the Worshipful Company of Turners of London, I became the third ever Chairman of the RPT. This is a great honour for me and now nearly one year on I am looking forward to hosting my first AGM as Chairman.

AWGB Contemporary Woodturning Exhibition – Trowbridge Town Hall

by Administrator - November 5th, 2015

This exhibition has finished but I will keep this video up for others to see.

Recent photographs of me in the workshop

by The Bowler Hatted Turner - August 25th, 2015

inthe workshop 2in the workshop 1

Three items that can be seen at the Contemporary woodturning exhibition at Trowbridge town hall until 10 Oct 2015

by The Bowler Hatted Turner - July 22nd, 2015
part of a new series

part of a new series

Reconstructed bowl with added string

Reconstructed bowl with added string

The last of the three

The last of the three

Meet the Makers day

by The Bowler Hatted Turner - April 14th, 2014

Wiltshire crafts Lacock are holding their second “Meet the Makers”day at Manger Barn in the National Trust Village of Lacock in Wiltshire on 19th April.

We will be open from 10am. to 5pm. Come and see the artists and craftsmen and women in action.

Latest work

by The Bowler Hatted Turner - March 10th, 2014

112A nice piece of Burr Elm, turned and decorated with verdigris wax. Approx 8” diameter.

Recent work

by The Bowler Hatted Turner - March 10th, 2014

124 3bowlsThree bowls. The top one is in Pao Amarillo and is in a series using Morse code as decoration. This is decorated with the Morse for “V” for victory, so is called the victory bowl. The one on the right is Sycamore decorated with a burnt design and coloured with a russet stain. The bottom bowl is also Sycamore but is decorated with acrylic blue and gold effect paints and metal leaf. It then distressed to give a shabby chic effect. Sizes range from 4” to 5” diameter.

Wiltshire Crafts Lacock

by The Bowler Hatted Turner - March 8th, 2014

Wiltshire crafts Lacock

You are invited to attend

Meet the makers day

19th April 2014

10.am-5.00.pm

at

Manger Barn

Lacock

Come and visit the members of Wiltshire crafts Lacock and see them demonstrating their crafts live.

Turned form

by The Bowler Hatted Turner - March 8th, 2014

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