Neal Brand's Profile
I am a mathematics professor who enjoys turning wood as a hobby. I started turning wood in 2005 and I have slowly learned techniques and tricks that have improved my turnings.
I enjoy making a variety of things, but mostly I make Tibetan style support spindles. I also enjoy making boxes, bowls, tops and ... well almost anything that can be made on a lathe! As a mathematician, I enjoy making objects that have mathematical connections. I participate in the local Empty Bowl Project by contributing between 12 and 30 bowls annually. I also participate with the Golden Triangle Woodturners to turn toy cars out of 2 by 4 lumber and give them away to kids at local events.
I am a past president of the Golden Triangle Woodturners and a member of the American Association of Woodturners. I am proud to have taken woodturning classes from some very well…
- Born on October 4
- Joined February 26, 2010