Visions in Wood 2020 | Canadian Woodworking & Home Improvement

Community -  Vancouver Island: Generally, every two years, the Vancouver Island Woodworkers’ Guild mounts a show of works created by its 150 members. Their most recent show was a challenge, as COVID-19 forced them to take a different approach and put on a virtual show. Phil Makin (show co-ordinator), Frank Letchford (show committee) and Bruce Thomson (web guy) worked to display to the general public the guild’s work online, as they didn’t want all the great work of their members to not be seen. Here are some highlights from the show. To view all the pieces in the virtual show, go to viwg.com and select Visions in Wood 2020.

Visions in Wood 2020

Visions in Wood 2020 - A Story of Creativity



Photos by Makers

Lead Photo (above)
Chair
Glenn Bartley
Arbutus, Danish cord
 
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Queen Size Bed
Geoff Burton
Bigleaf maple, 
Cambodian rosewood
(Photo by Armando Tura)
 
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Electric 
Telecaster-style Guitar
Bernard Funston
Mahogany, ash, ebony
 
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Three Saws
Don Gray
Garry oak, maple burl, walnut
 
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Hall Table
John Dennison
Spalted maple, arbutus, 
apple branch
 
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Candy Bowl
Phil Cottell
Pacific yew, pyrographed rim
 
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Wavy Cutting Board
Eric Koob
Walnut maple, ash, sapelle
 
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Tansu Tree Wall Cabinet
Ken Guenter
Bamboo
 
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Elliptical 
Hallway Table
Michael Walker
Honduras mahogany, 
holly, ebony
 
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Poplar and Walnut Drawer Set
Jude Murphy
Poplar, walnut

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