Various items created on the lathe by Mark Dusty Miller in the workshops in Somerset
Traditional Ash Bowl:This is a traditionally shaped bowl with a subtle curve and shouts out to be used with a food safe finish a lovely usable utility bowl for nibbles. Light in colour light in weight a wonderful piece for your everyday or occasional use.
Duckling Cherry Bowl This is quite a decorative little bowl with some lovely detailing; deep colouring with a delicate grain. As I turned this bowl in Easter 2016 a pattern appeared in the bottom of the bowl, not unlike a chick or duckling much to our amusement.
Fluted Elm Bowl This is a decorative bowl with some lovely detailing and deep colouring with wonderful grain pattern and quite a shallow depth. Walls are quite heavy in thickness with and a wide flute rim; it also has a small flute just under the rim then a steep side takes you to a double fluting leaving a partial bead effect as the bowl turns to it base...
Tactile Oak Bowl This is a beautiful bowl; I wanted this bowl to show its self as English Oak bold and strong. I turned it with a bulky presence so it kept its weight and emphasised the strength of the wood. Walls are thick and flow with one simple curve; it has a presence and yet maintains its elegance.