Elm burl Egyptian vase Sculpture


43 × 58 cm

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This vase is made from a large elm burl. It was made by mounting the wood to a traditional wood lathe and turning it off-centre. The natural edge of the burl gives the vase the look that something is missing or broken away. I hope that this gives the vase the look of an Ancient Egyptian Vase that has just been excavated. I have always had an interest in history and I hope this comes through in this piece. The vase is all handmade and I have used an additional woodturning tool to slow carve away pieces, in the hope that the vase looks completely different from different angles and perspectives. If you are interested in seeing the different stages in this piece being made, this sculpture is 23inch or 58cm height and the width 17inch or 43cm

Dimensions 43 × 58 cm

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Jason Lock woodturning

I am a woodturner working out of Colchester Essex. I first learnt to turn wood back in 1999 during my apprenticeship in carpentry and joinery where I qualified with NVQ 3 . A major accident left me in a wheelchair for life, but I have continued woodturning. A lot of my work is traditional woodturning, but I like using resin and wood together where I am able to experiment, really be artistic and push the boundaries of the material. I just love wood because of its natural grain.

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