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August 20th, 2019


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David Bell
Elora, Ontario, Canada

About David

David is a self taught wood turner and wood worker. David\'s passion for turning began early in his life. Through the years he was always drawn to the building and constructing side of things. His first lathe was purchased for him in the early 70\'s. Not until the mid 80\'s did David revive his passion for woodworking once again.

In the early part of 2008 David once again discovered the wood lathe. Since this time David has taught himself much of what he knows about wood turning. His primary turning started out with Pens and has grown into bowls and other turned items of art. David loves to turn all Domestic and Exotic woods with each one bringing him a new taste for each of mother natures treasures.

David also likes to experiment with the many new tools available and even some of his own home made tooling such as hollowing tools. Having a background in metal fabrication has made his tool making and design an easy transition into wood turning.

David also has his own website which can be accessed upon request.


For more information on David's work, you can contact David at bellsy4139@gmail.com.

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Candy Dish #4

Candy Dish #4

Maple Burl and Alumilite Resin with a Maple ring and the handle is a cored out piece from the center of the bowl after it was separated from the lid section.

© David Bell


Rainbow Platter

Figured maple platter with the rim dyed to give a rainbow effect.

© David Bell

Rainbow Platter

Figured Maple Platter

Figured Maple Platter

With a slight defect in the figured maple, a touch of epoxy and metallic turquoise pigment cleans this piece up and adds a touch of charm to it.

© David Bell


Candy Dish #3

Box Elder Burl and Alumilite Resin. The ring is African Rosewood.

© David Bell

Candy Dish #3

Split Bowl

Split Bowl

This split bowl was created during a weekend workshop under the guidance of one of our members Marilyn Campbell.

Macassar Ebony, Lacewood, Birdseye Maple and the base is Cherry. The remaining material is Epoxy Resin that was coloured black.

© David Bell


Candy Dish #2

Box Elder Burl and Alumilite Resin

© David Bell

Candy Dish #2
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