Welcome

to

my

turned

wooden

bowls.

I

turn

them

using

mainly

off

cuts

of

garden

trees

that

have

been

trimmed

or

cut

down.

This

source

of

timber

would

usually

land

up

at

a

dump

site

or

being

burned.

Being

able

to

make

a

unique,

beautiful

wooden

bowl

from

what

would

normally

just

be

discarded,

or

seen

as

having

no

value,

provides

me

with

a

deep

sense of satisfaction.

It’s

a

great

feeling

being

able

to

give

this

“scrap

wood”

a

second

life

-

transforming

it

into

the

bowls

that

I

create

and

giving

people

a

chance

to

experience

the

inn

er

beauty

and

tactile

sensation of wood.

info@mikekaplandesign.com

Welcome

to

my

turned

wooden

bowls.

I

turn

them

using

mainly

off

cuts

of

garden

trees

that

have

been

trimmed

or

cut

down.

This

source

of

timber

would

usually

land

up

at

a

dump

site

or

being

burned.

Being

able

to

make

a

unique,

beautiful

wooden

bowl

from

what

would

normally

just

be

discarded

or

seen

as

having

no

value,

provides

me

with

a

deep

sense of satisfaction.

It’s

a

great

feeling

being

able

to

give

this

“scrap

wood”

a

second

life

-

transforming

it

into

the

bowls

that

I

create

and

giving

people

a

chance

to

experience

the

inn

er

beauty

and

tactile

sensation of wood.

info@mikekaplandesign.com

Unique wooden bowls hand-turned in the Garden Route

Unique wooden bowls hand-turned in the Garden Route