Doggy do-do it ain't!
Originally Posted by Bill Grumbine
What I mean by "Organic" is that it looks like it was grown that way, not made or manufactured.
Some turnings really show off the beauty of the wood, but they definitely look like turnings, you look at it and say "Wow, look at the beautiful grain in that bowl, or HF, or platter etc, but this, well it don't look like it was turned, it looks like you plucked it off a HF tree just like it is, know what I mean
Sorry, hard to put that into words, I just think the hand of the craftsman hidden is often the hardest thing to do, and I think in this piece you have done that.
The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.
William Arthur Ward