Dwight Hartsell positioning
the butterfly -one side at a time.
This is Dwight's third demonstration to our club. He did a beautiful job again. See a few photos of the Demo and a few of his creations.
The most striking is the Butterfly reproduction on a vase. Not only is it pretty, but it is striking in it's faithful color matching.
Hope you enjoy these photos.
-submitted by Moe Gingerich
|Ready for drying|
|Careful positioning makes growth rings balanced in the bowl|
|Mr. Dwight Harstsell demo’d this natural edge bowl.|
|A dried and finished bowl.|
|Burning and careful color enhancements perfect this natural edge bowl|
|Interesting treament of a burl by Hartsell|
|Several of Dewight Hartsell’s creatons|
|Note the clamps on top and bottom of a drying vase – it prevents checking.|
|Flat paperand a curved vase – trace one side then the other|
|Burn the lines with a thin stylus, Control heat as needed.|
|Acurate burning is a must for a realistic result.|
|Lots of eager watchers|
|Primscolor has hundreds of colors |
-match them very carefully to nature.
|Trace the outlines onto the wood via a carbon type paper|