Franklin Arts Festival 2017 - Woodturning Woodcraft Traditional – Winners in category Terry Scott 1st Ray Scott 2nd Terry Scott 3rd Woodcraft Ornamental – Winners in category Robbie Graham 1st Peter Williams 2nd Troy Grimwood 3rd Other items in competition Albie McCabe 1 Albie McCabe 2 Albie McCabe 3 Albie McCabe 4 Albie McCabe 5 Bruce Cowley 1 Bruce Cowley 2 Bruce Cowley 3 Bruce Cowley 4 Bruce Wood Chris Hooton 1 Chris Hooton 2 Chris Hooton 3 Chris Hooton 4 Chris Hooton 5 Dale Eady Dave Gillard 1 Dave Gillard 2 Dave Gillard 3 Dave Gillard 4 Dave...Read More
Project Category: Franklin Arts Festival - Woodturning
Franklin Arts Festival 2016 - Woodturning Supreme Exhibit of the Exhibition Waiata by Robbie Graham Woodcraft Traditional – Winners in each category Liquorice Allsorts First:- John Moat Kanuka Ripples Second:- Dick Veitch Bits & Pieces Third:- John Moat At the Beach Merit:- John Moat Natural Edge Olive Bowl Merit:- David Gillard Huon Pine Bud Vase Merit:- Robbie Graham Quietly Merit:- Graeme Mackay Woodcraft Traditional – Other items in each category A McCabe B Cowley C Cosford C Hooton J Jackson J Jackson J Jackson M Laws P Williams R El Sarraf R Snook R Wilson T Scott T Scott A...Read More
Franklin Arts Festival 2015 - Woodturning Traditional Ratarolled First:- Cam Cosford Burr Bown 2nd:- Bruce Cowley Enclosing Kauri Bowl 3rd:- Leith Gray Celestial Merit:- Chris Hooton London Plane Bowl Merit:- Dave Gillard Artistic Syrupy Antics First:- Gordon Pembridge Nautalis Second:- Terry Scott Untitled 2 3rd:- Terry Scott Skytower Family Merit:- Roy Joslin Something Small Leaf First:- Russell Snook The Bird Has Eyes For You 2nd:- Neil Joynt Small As 3rd:- Terry Scott Small is Good Merit:- Chris...Read More
Franklin Arts Festival 2014 - Woodturning Well, maybe the heading should expand a little beyond “Woodturning” as woodwork of any sort was allowed in the Open Artistic Category. The judges, Gordon Pembridge and Ian Fish, had to choose from items varying from a chair created with barrel staves and swamp kauri to a small thin-walled, pierced and painted hollow form. I just wish I could show you the whole range here but you need to visit the show to see them. The other category in the exhibition was “Traditional” and here one might sometimes ask whether an item would...Read More
Franklin Arts Festival - Woodturning 2013 Comments by Terry Scott The recent Franklin arts had a few changes to the categories this year to try and encourage more entrees. This meant an ever expanding array of turnings as entrants tried to make pieces to fit the new categories. Meaning many boundaries were pushed .The quality this year had improved in form, finish and artistic challenges. The display area for woodturning was this year placed on the stage – a great improvement from the cramped space of past years. One change to the prizes was that a Best of Show...Read More
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