Norfolk Pine Umeke by Eric LeBuse 9.5″H x 12″D $950



Norfolk Pine Umeke by Eric LeBuse 9.5″H x 12″D $950

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Eric LeBuse

About the Artist

Eric LeBuse is an award-winning Oahu woodturner, specializing in exotic Hawaiian woods. An active member of the Honolulu Woodturners, Eric gives demonstrations in woodturning throughout the year and mentors emerging turning enthusiasts.

His work includes natural-edge pieces, traditional wooden bowls and other pieces of art.  A sculptor of wood, Eric takes inspiration from his father, who was a professional sculptor.

Norfolk Pine

Norfolk Pine was introduced to the Hawaiian islands originally by Captain Cook. The tree is endemic to Norfolk Island, a small island in the Pacific Ocean between New Zealand and New Caledonia. Cook noted the presence of large forests of tall, straight trees that appeared to be suitable for use as masts and yards for sailing ships. However, later it was found that Norfolk Island pine trees were not resilient enough for those uses and the industry was abandoned.

It is a slow growing tree, reaching a height of 160–210 ft. Its trunk has straight vertical and symmetrical branches. Norfolk Pine is light brown, with red or yellow variations. Sometimes, the wood is marked by blue-gray fungal staining, which turns black when finished. Norfolk Pine is a soft wood, making it easy to work with.

Mahalo for purchasing a beautiful wood piece from Nohea Gallery.
In caring for the item, please note that wood and water are not a good mix and direct sunlight could fade the wood.

Enjoy, aloha!

The dimensions listed in the ‘additional information’ table includes packing for shipment.

Norfolk Pine Umeke by Eric LeBuse 9.5″H x 12″D $950

Additional information

Weight 26.5 lbs
Dimensions 18 × 18 × 15.5 in

Honolulu, Hawaii (808) 596-0074