Dimensions: 21.5cm (H) x 17cm (W) / 8.5" (H) x 6.7" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This Hollowform in shape of a sphere is made from a walnut tree log. The tree came down during a storm and the owner of the tree made the wood availbale for creating art and designworks from it. I hollowed it on the lathe with hollowing tools by hand. It was turned while the wood was still a bit wet, and had to dry for a while after being turned.
Finally some sanding and oiling of the surface makes it a nice object. It is not to be used with water as a vase, it is only usable as a twigpot or dry branches etc.
The bottom is signed with my initials KK and the piece number #488 and Nuß which means Nut/Walnut in German language.
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Hometown: 63456 Hanau
Based in: Hanau
Born 27.7.1969 in Aschaffenburg (Bavaria), Germany
Schools from 1975 to 1985
Apprentice as an Energy-Electrician 1985-88
Bachelor in Telecommunications 1990-94
Masters in Digital Electronics 1994-95
Supportengineer in IT (Sybase and SAP) 1996 - 2015
Started Woodturning in 2005 with a base course as a Hobby.
Attended courses and workshops with Ray Key, Jimmy Clewes, Glenn Lucas, Nick Agar, Phil
Irons, Hans Weissflog, Marc Hancock, J.F. Escoulen, Ernst Gamperl
Took other crafts classes, knife making, stone sculpture, jewellery making
Working part time since 2015 to have more time for Woodturning.
Since September 2020 Full time woodworker/designer
Since 2016 attending art + craft shows and exhibitions in Germany.
Since 2018 Member of the German Crafts Organizations BK and BdK
October2020, Klaus Kirchner
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