Watts Stool

Turned for Use II August 29 to December 19, 2008
This exhibit showcases objects that are both beautiful and practical. The pieces range from graceful platters and bowls to a rather unexpected set of multiaxis turned toilet plungers. Annual juried show open to all AAW members.

Complementing the contemporary pieces will be an exhibit of 'turned for use' items from the 19th and early 20th century.

Pictured above: Stool, Ralph Watts, Knoxville, Tennessee

About the American Association of Woodturners

International, non-profit, and now over 13,000 members strong, the American Association of Woodturners is dedicated to the advancement of woodturning, a specialized form of woodworking using the lathe.
The AAW has more than 200 local chapters in the United States, and over 13,000 members around the world.

Members of the AAW include professionals, amateurs, gallery owners, collectors, and wood and tool suppliers. The AAW publishes American Woodturner.

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