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Wood Dreaming

by Terry Martin

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Australian woodturning is undergoing a renaissance. The rich colours, grains and textures of native trees are inspiring turners from all over the continent to make objects of great natural beauty, expressive of both human creativity and the spirit of the land itself. Australian turners have learned to value the rhythms and textures of the knots and burls found in native wood and to celebrate its idiosyncrasies. Protecting the environment is the watchword of these craftspeople, and there is an emphasis on using found material such as forest-floor timbers and non-threatened species.… (more)

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Australian woodturning is undergoing a renaissance. The rich colours, grains and textures of native trees are inspiring turners from all over the continent to make objects of great natural beauty, expressive of both human creativity and the spirit of the land itself. Australian turners have learned to value the rhythms and textures of the knots and burls found in native wood and to celebrate its idiosyncrasies. Protecting the environment is the watchword of these craftspeople, and there is an emphasis on using found material such as forest-floor timbers and non-threatened species.

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