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    I am not a member although have planned to join. I all too often have obligations which limit my attendance to meetings. I think I was able to attend two meets ever when I actually remembered and was available. Need to make it a higher priority. Looks like I am at least in town for the Feb meeting. Will add to my calendar and see what happens.
    saw you friend request and not sure what it means inside the Creek, but sounds fine to me.
  2. David, I THINK I recall that one, but not sure; the madrone warpies come and go so quickly.

    The bronze-ish look was a combination of that particular tree's color (it had a bluish hue) and a natural patina. If you sand it but leave it bate for a few days, it tends to turn reddish-brown, and if you finish it immediately it stays light-colored.
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    Russell:
    if memory serves, you posted a pic of a Madrone 'bowl', so distorted that it looked much like an old beat up bronze bowl. I am interested in the finish you applied to achieve the antique bronze look?
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    no Russell, I don't live there. Sorry. I know it's very pretty there, but too many folks out on the west coast. But I will be happy to stick together as woodturners!! Have a good day
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About Russell Neyman

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About Russell Neyman
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Semi-retired marketer who has done woodworking for 35 years. Adept at case making and cabinet making, and specialize in high end mantlepieces and reproduction furniture, but caught the turning fever about six years ago and do a great deal of that now. Quite a few pieces of my work -- urns, mostly -- are featured in Pacific Northwest galleries.
Location:
Colby, Washington. Just across the Puget Sound from Seattle, near Blake Island.
Interests:
Writing, Woodworking, and History. Chairman of the local historical society, and perform re-enactments of local settlers.
Occupation:
Sales rep for national floor coatings manufacturer.

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Russell Neyman.

Writer - Woodworker - Historian
Past President, Olympic Peninsula Woodturners
West Puget Sound, Washington State


"Outside of a dog, there's nothing better than a good book; inside of a dog it's too dark to read."

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