My World is Turning

Big Spring, Texas · 8 Sales


My World is Turning

Big Spring, Texas 8 Sales On Etsy since 2012

4.5 out of 5 stars
Bill Brooks

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Bill Brooks

Pair, lathe turned 4 winged wooden vases
Turned Wood Native American Pot
Small painted Native American Pot
Small mesquite burl bowl
Lathe turned wooden school bell
Lathe turned decorative mesquite wood goblet
Large segmented lathe turned wood vase
Miniature turned wood wedding goblet
Wood Turned Small Native American Pot
Turned wood bowl with handcarved detail & paint
Lathe turned wood bowl or Native American pot
Native American Pot
Small Painted Native American Pot
lathe turned vase
Decorative wood goblet.
Small goblet or chalice of wood
Native American Design Lathe Turned Wooden Bowl
Lathe turned segmented hollow form vase
Lathe turned contemporary wood hollow form
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Average item review
4.5 out of 5 stars
Carol Williams

Carol Williams on Jun 28, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Our farewell gift to our pastor. I was beautiful and the church family was so impressed at how intricately it was turned.


stuartharvey1 on Jun 14, 2016

4 out of 5 stars

Very nice chalice, just as advertized


"My World is Turning"

I have enjoyed working with wood from the time I got my first pocket knife at about 5 years of age. My father built houses and therefore I was always around plenty of wood. I studied woodwork in college and received degrees in industrial arts. I particularly like woodturning and wood carving.

All types of woods interest me, especially exotics with their full range of beautiful colors and interesting grain patterns. I have a profound respect for wood and what it brings to us. Trees are one of God's creations that is as beautiful on the inside as on the outside. I am always fascinated at what can be discovered just under the surface of an old rough looking piece of wood and what it can sometimes be turned into with imagination and work.

I design my projects from all types of sources: The wealth of ideas I see around me in nature, historical installations, modern concepts, native American, Greek, Roman, Egyptian, and of course the pioneers and early settlers.

I wanted to open my shop on Etsy in order to be able to make my work available to a wider audience than just in my immediate area.


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Last updated on April 7, 2012
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