A juried selection of work from the Texas (SWAT) and Ohio Valley Woodturners Guild regional woodturning symposia. This exhibit features primarily well-crafted traditionally turned pieces, with a few unconventional surprises.
Among Friends: Works from the
Over his long career as a respected artist and revered teacher, Frank Sudol traded artwork with other woodturners, among them some of the top names in woodturning. In 2009 his life partner Lois Laycraft donated many of these pieces to the American Association of Woodturners. This exhibition will include works created from the 1990s to 2007, a period of rapid change in the development of turning as a sculptural art form.
New Acquisitions: Recent donations to the AAW Permanent Collection
Thanks to the generous donations of artists and collectors, and to the purchase awards of the Professional Outreach Program (POP), our Permanent Collection is growing rapidly in quantity, quality and diversity. This exhibit features works donated by collectors Jane and Arthur Mason, by artist Mary McKinney and by the POP program.
Art from the Lathe Ongoing Exhibit
Selections from the American Association of Woodturners permanent collection reflect the diversity of techniques, materials and approaches used in contemporary woodturning. A variety of pieces from the 18th and 19th centuries, along with vintage lathes, show the importance of woodturnings in the context of our ancestors' everyday life.
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