Frederick Williamson Bowls





If you are a lover of turned wood bowls, or have just discovered this site by chance, welcome to a gallery of my  work.  This website contains functional and artistic bowls turned from woods found near Charlottesville, Virginia.  I work in a small studio tucked up against the mountains of the Shenandoah National Park, in a clearing among stately oaks, gums, maples, and white pines, on a small ridge above the Moormans River.  The woods shelter us in winter, shade us in summer, and always remind me where my bowls come from.  They define the work I do. 



The lathe, where the bowls take shape.




After the sanding and finishing.




In my lathe room.




Many thanks to all who came out to the 2016 Studio Tour, Nov. 12-13.
And congratulations to the winner of the bowl drawing, John Hemmings of New Jersey.



            The setup before the opening.



Browsing

    


Jones Tulip Poplar Wall



Entry cards in bowl to be drawn from.



The winning bowl on the Hemmings mantle.



A crowded room of a Saturday afternoon

       


 
Here is my studio at the 2016 Studio Tour.
Click for HERE for the full screen link.       
        

And here is a video of the 2015 Artisans Studio Tour