Wood Turnings

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Many of our artists enjoy creating custom pieces.
Please give us a call and inquire about having a
custom piece created for your home!
(830) 990-8160

~ACOSTA, Kirk~

Kirk Acosta MesquiteHF Web
Mesquite Hollow Form
3″ high x 11″ dia.
by Kirk Acosta

Kirk Acosta MapleHF Web
Big Leaf Maple Hollow Form
w/ Ebonized Mesquite Collar
3″ high x 9″ dia
by Kirk Acosta

~DYKES, Harold~

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Basket Weave Bowl
by Harold Dykes

harold dykes FlowerPetalFruitBowl 345 web 300x225

Flower Petal Fruit Bowl
by Harold Dykes

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Pedestal Bowl
by Harold Dykes

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Mushroom Pot
by Harold Dykes

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Scalloped Edge Bowl
by Harold Dykes

Harold Dykes Turquoise Diamond turning web
“Turquoise Diamonds~
~segmented wood turning with inlays~
by Harold Dykes

Harold Dykes TexasStarBowl 295 web
“Star Bowl”
~segmented wood turning~
by Harold Dykes

Harold Dykes OvalRings 345 web
“Oval Rings”
~segmented wood turning~
by Harold Dykes

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Handmade Pens
~refill ink using Cross refills~
by Harold Dykes

~HUSSEY, Bill~

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Wine Stoppers
by Bill Hussey
$30.00 each

~MOSHER, Brent~

Brent Mosher Cherry Vessel 1750 web 225x300
Large Cherry Vessel
by Brent Mosher

Brent Mosher Mesquite Resin Vessel 1950 web 288x300

Mesquite & Resin Vessel
by Brent Mosher



This latest series of lidded wooden vessels by Anna Rachinsky are little treasures and range from 3 1/2″ to 7 1/2″ tall and are priced from $45.00 to $90.00 each.
Please call about specific pieces.

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Anna Rachinsky Mesquite Lidded Box 2 halfH 65 web
Mesquite Lidded Box
2-1/2″ high
by Anna Rachinsky

Anna Rachinsky Mimosa with 3 Ribs Concave 4H 65 web

Mimosa Box with 3 Ribs ~ concave
4″ high
by Anna Rachinsky

Anna Rachinsky Mesquite Cone Shaped Box 3 HalfH 50 web
Mesquite Cone Shaped Box
3-1/2″ high
by Anna Rachinsky

Anna Rachinsky Mesquite Lidded Box 3H 65 web

Mesquite Lidded Box
3″ high
by Anna Rachinsky

Anna Rachinsky escarpment cherry web
Escarpment Cherry Hollow Form
w/Ebonized Mesquite Collar
by Anna Rachinsky

~Timmerman, Craig~

Craig_Timmerman_OpenMindedsm“Open Minded”
~mesquite with turquoise inlay~
12 1/4″ tall by 6″ in diameter
by Craig Timmerman



“S Curve” Lamps
~mesquite with inlaid turquoise,
maple and walnut burl veneer~
$500.00 each
$900.00 for the pair
by Craig Timmerman

John Sherman

John Sherman

“Each piece of rare wood is unique and must be studied and turned to reveal and enhance the beauty locked within. Each piece is hand turned and no two pieces are identical.”

John R. Sherman Ph.D

Dr. John Sherman was trained as a neuropsychologist who worked extensively with head trauma patients. He was responsible for assessing the injury and potential of each client, and to rehabilitate them to their full potential. Dr. Sherman, having worked with wood for more than 30 years as an avocation, is now turning his attention to woodworking as a vocation. John is now focusing on highly figured and exotic woods as they are more challenging and beautiful. His designs cross a broad spectrum of styles, but the final design is determined by the wood’s unique characteristics. John’s attention to detail and his beautiful finishes make his wood true works of art. Each piece is signed by the artist.

Harold Dykes

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Harold Dykes

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Harold Dykes began working with wood as a hobby in 1970 while living in San Antonio. He became very interested in building guitars and built several between the years of 1975 and 1988.

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He and his wife, Emma, moved to Boerne in 1989 and he continued to build guitars but, also became interested in wood turning and working on a lathe. He began with small, simple pieces such as pens and bowls. Looking for a greater challenge, he began designing and turning segmented vases and bowls. Harold loves the challenge of designing these special vessels.

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Today, almost all of Harold’s bowls are segmented with various designs. He is constantly working on new designs and patterns in his bowls and vases. He uses many different species and colors of wood. Sometimes he mixes wood with man made materials to achieve the patterns and color schemes desired.

Harold’s finely turned segmented vessels may be seen at Artisans at Rocky Hill in Fredericksburg, Texas.

Anna Rachinsky

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Anna Rachinsky

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I was born and raised in Munich, Germany. As a high school student, I loved to spend time in the school’s pottery studio and in Munich’s art museums and was considering a career as a potter or goldsmith. But when the decision came to go to college, my interest in science won over my interest in art. After working for over 20 years as a research scientist and college biology teacher in Germany, France, Canada and the US, I only started to turn wood after moving to Kerrville in 2006. It is all Andy’s fault! One of my colleagues, an accomplished wood turner, took me to a meeting of the Hill Country Turners … andAnna Rachinsky 6 web
that was the beginning of an addiction to wood turning and many ‘scientific discoveries’ – you never know exactly what‘s inside a piece of wood until it is rough turned or hollowed.

I like to work with local woods: mesquite, ligustrum, cedar elm, juniper, jujube, Anna Rachinsky9 web
acacia, mountain laurel and escarpment cherry. ‘Imperfections’ like spalting, burls or insect holes contribute to the character and beauty of a piece and often determine its final shape. One of my favorite woods is spalted box elder with its delicate color patterns in vivid red, orange, grey and black. I like to experiment with different shapes and styles. Most of my pieces are small, from tiny miniatures to 6 inches in diameter.