Andy Cole Norfolk Pine bowl 8×13

$850.00

Andy Cole Norfolk Pine bowl 8×13

Description

Andy Cole Norfolk Pine bowl 8×13

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Andy Cole Norfolk Pine bowl 8×13

This Norfolk Pine bowl is round-shaped and its color is shades of caramel with darker spalting patterns in black. There curly grain that looks like ripples in water (please see closeup photo).  It’s magnificent!

About Andy Cole

Andy is an admirer of wood, and things made from wood throughout his life. There is something about the natural and organic nature of wood that fascinates him. Every tree is unique, and no two pieces of wood are the same. Like fingerprints from heaven, are the grain lines on a piece of wood. Amazing!

In 2000 Andy had the opportunity to learn woodturning when he took a basic bowl turning class. He went home with a lathe in his trunk and a passion for turning that lives on to this day. He joined the Honolulu Woodturner’s club, an affiliate of the American Association of Woodturners, where he has held many titles over the years. His most recent endeavor was that of founder and director of the Honolulu Symposium, a statewide gathering of turning enthusiasts.

Natural edge nested bowl sets

While many turners look for a flawless piece of wood to work with, Andy finds great satisfaction in turning flawed and blemished pieces of wood into works of art. Bug holes, decay, and natural inclusions are not defects, but rather  unique character highlights, the wonders of nature at their best! Andy explores many directions in wood turning, but specializes in the organic beauty of natural edge bowls. Natural edge nested bowl sets are his trademark works. Though the process to extricate multiple bowls from one log is challenging, the results, when successful, can be astounding!

All of the wood Andy uses for creating bowls comes from Oahu grown trees that were brought down by either a property owner or strong gust of wind. He rescues the wood for a higher purpose before it can be transported to a land fill.

Andy lives on the island of Oahu since the 1980’s and works in a hillside studio, inspired by a spectacular ocean view overlooking the island’s south shore and beyond.  He has been featured in multi-page articles on woodturning, and shown and taught extensively including on the continent.

Watching Andy demonstrating woodturning at the annual Honolulu Woodturners show at Nohea Gallery is always a treat!

Pine trees

Pine trees are not native to Hawai’i. Beginning in the 20th century, they were introduced to the islands for lumber. Now five different types of pine trees grow in Hawai’i, all introduced from North America.

The dimensions listed in the ‘additional information’ table includes packing for shipment.  The dimension listed on this page is correct for the bowl itself.  Mahalo!

Andy Cole Norfolk Pine bowl 8×13

Additional information

Weight 27 lbs
Dimensions 14 × 19 × 19 in

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