Welcome to "The Well Turned Bowl" (TM). Here you'll find the best in woodturning craftmanship and beautiful design. I picked up my interest in woodturning from my father, whose lathe I inherited. Largely self-taught, I began turning seriously in 1994 when I was Chair of my Department and needed therapy. I work mainly in local woods (especially black walnut, cherry, red cedar, black locust, Norway maple, and yew) to make wood bowls, vases, candlesticks, and other objects. My goal is to unlock the beauty of the wood while creating a pleasing shape. Each piece is one-of-a-kind. Some pieces are inlaid with colorful minerals as well. I started The Well Turned Bowl (TM) in December, 2002. I am a member of the American Association of Woodturners , and of the Long Island Woodturners' Association. I daylight as Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Geosciences at Stony Brook University.I make many different turned objects (from left to right in the photos below): Miscellaneous (includes boxes, cardholders, chopping bowls, plates, platters, hot mats, bracelets, ornaments, and lazy susans); Vases, flower holders, and weedpots; Candleholders; Small (under 7 inches in diameter), Medium (7 to 10 inches), and Large (more than 10 inches) bowls; Natural and shaped edge pieces. The photos below provide links to current stock. For scale in the individual photographs: the labels are on 3"x 5" cards. Don Lindsley, Woodturner.
ITEMS MADE FROM HISTORIC TREES!!!
The Well Turned Bowl is pleased to offer items made from two historic Long Island (NY) Copper Beech trees. One was planted in 1820 on the
shore of Lake Ronkonkoma [see #s 2735, 2736, and 2737 (Large Bowls); #2738 (Medium Bowls); and # 2739 (Vases)],
and the other at Sagamore Hill (Theodore Roosevelt's home) in about 1906 [See #s 2754 (Small Bowls); #s 2741 and 2753
(Medium Bowls); and #s 2742, 2743, 2750, and 2751 (Large Bowls)]; #2762 (Vases). All are subject to prior sale.
Click HERE for more
information about the Horseshoe Cottage Copper Beech tree. Click HERE for more
information about the Sagamore Hill Copper Beech tree.
How to order: Ordering, Paying, and Shipping; Gift certificates
Please note: Some items are on consignment at Gallery North (Setauket, NY) .
Contact information for Gallery North is given with the photos and descriptions of those items,
which must be ordered directly from the Gallery.
Contact the artist at: twtbforward'at'earthlink.net
(Please substitute the @ symbol if you want to e-mail me directly.)
Click HERE for more information about the Sagamore Hill Copper Beech tree.Don Lindsley