Maker of One-of-a-Kind Woodturned Art
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EAST TN WOODTURNING
Maker of one-of-a-kind Wood Turned Art
Visit My Etsy Shop
Items that are for sale on-line, are sold through my Etsy Shop. Click the link above to see what it currently for sale.
If you are in the Knoxville, Tennessee area, please stop by the following locations to see what I have on display and for sale.
Art Market Gallery
422 South Gay Street, Knoxville Tennessee
Appalachian Arts Craft Center
2716 Andersonville Hwy 61, Norris, Tennessee
Some things currently
available in my Etsy shop
Some of my pieces are available for sale in my Etsy shop. The above link will take you directly there. I offer free shipping on any item over $35.00 Visit my Etsy shop for the current items for sale as it changes frequently.
The Person Behind the Lathe
Ed’s love of working with wood started many years ago. Originally, he made bookcases, tables, aquarium stands and many other items. After moving to Tennessee, he was able to have a woodworking workshop and eventually decided to try woodturning. He received his first lathe as a Christmas present in 2016 and discovered that not only did he enjoy turning but he also had a natural ability. After making the usual bowls, vases, platters, etc. he started letting his creativity go wild and began experimenting with segmented pieces and especially dizzy bowls. He is a board member of Smoky Mountain Woodturners where he has won several club challenges. Ed volunteers at the Wears Valley Ranch where he and other woodturners teach the craft to students, ranging in age from 10 to 17. Ed was accepted to be a part of the 20th Master Woodworkers Show in Knoxville, TN, hosted by the East Tennessee Woodworkers Guild, where two of pieces were on display.
Ed’s work can be also be seen and purchased at the Art Market Gallery in Knoxville, TN an at Appalachian Arts Crafts Center in Clinton, TN.