logo
Home
Current Exhibits
Upcoming Exhibits
Past Exhibits
Gift Store
Visiting
Contact

Past Special Exhibits

The Sphere - Second Round
March 5-June 4, 2017

Creativity in Construction
March 3-June 7, 2015

Rising
September 2-December 28, 2014

Ceremony
March 3-May 30, 2014

Currents
September 2-December 28, 2013

Harmony
February 28-June 2, 2013

Around the Hus
February 28-July 31, 2013

A Walk in the Woods
September 2-December 28, 2012

Beyond ContainmentWoman views pieces
March 1- May 24, 2012

Richard Raffan Retrospective
March 1- May 24, 2012

The World Turns: AAW@25
ended December, 2011

David Ellsworth - Merit Retrospective
ended October, 2011

Gathering of Spoons II
ended September, 2011

Roots- the Artist's Voice
March 1 - June 19, 2011

Maple Medley
September 12 - December 19, 2011

Be Our Guest- a Progressive Invitational
June 1 - August 26, 2010

The Teapot and A Gathering of Spoons
March 2 - May 23, 2010

Regional Spotlight and Among Friends
January 12 - February 14, 2010

Spirit of the Southwest
Sept 14 - Dec 24, 2009

CODAchrome - a Snapshot of Craft in America

The Spindle
March 14 - May 24, 2009

Restful Places - Cremation Urns
January 19 to March 29, 2009

Turned for Use II July to December 19, 2008

Rounding the Four Corners April 13 to June 9, 2008

The Sphere April 13 to June 9, 2008

Woodturning in Basic Black January 11 to April 18, 2008

Far From the Tree January 11 to April 18, 2008

Turning Green and Merit Award Show
September 23 through December 21, 2007

ConneXtions
Collaborative works by glass beadmakers and woodturners
July 27 through December 15, 2007

Turning to the Future - Work by Young Turners
May 4 through August 3, 2007

Japanese Bowls -a Western Perspective
Studio woodturners reinterpret a traditional form
May 4- 15 June, 2007

Open/Closed
In collaboration with the Northern Clay Center, open and closed vessels in wood and clay
January 12- April 15, 2007

Step up to the Plate
September 15 - December 15, 2006

Contemporary American Woodturning
5 May - 4 August, 2006

Tops, Boxes, and Treenware
January 13 - April 14, 2006

reTurn to the Land of Oz
2005

Northern Reflections
May 2005

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.

 

©2008 American Association of Woodturners

logostarlogo