A proud chapter of the American Association of Woodturners
April 8, 2017
The Southern Arizona Woodturners host an all-day workshop with guest turner Cindy Drozda of international fame. Meeting is at the Flowing Wells High School auto shop in Tucson. Guests welcome. Fee is $25.00, which includes lunch. map
April 15, 2017
April meeting -- Ken Waller demonstrates "From Log to Bowl"
May 20, 2017
May meeting -- Tom Wadley demonstrates "Stacking Spice Bowls"
November 11, 2017
All-day demo in Sun City -- Nick Cook is our guest demonstrator -- demo topic to be determined.
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News About Our Club Members
From time to time some of our Club members "make the news" -- in a good way. When this happens, we like to honor them by posting that news on our website. You can read about them right here.
J. Paul Fennell and his outstanding woodturnings was the feature article (and front-cover page) in the February 2015 issue of American Woodturner, the Journal of the American Association of Woodturners. You can read this excellent article, titled "The Creative Life of J. Paul Fennell" by clicking the picture below↓.
Article and image reprinted by special permission of the American Association of Woodturners.
Tom Peter, better known as the "Minnesota Tree Guy" was featured on TV station WCCO in Thanksgiving Day, 2010 for his creation of a "tree-memories" bowl. You can watch the video on his website: www.RespectfulTransitions.com. He also was a featured exhibitor at "Folk in General," and his exhibit flyer is shown below↓.
Jason Clark, past President of Arizona Woodturners Association, and now living in Chicago, is a lifetime member of our Club. His woodturning skills are exceeded only by his skill as a demonstrator. While living in Arizona he was featured in at least two newspaper articles, as follows:
Page 16 of same article↓
Part 2 of same article↓
Mike Luccino, past President of Arizona Woodturners Association, is a lifetime member of our Club and a very accomplished turner. He is also featured in the last article listed above. If you missed it, be sure and review that article.
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