It was a day of presenting completed new work, showing sketches of work yet to come, and discussions of ideas shared between collectors, artists and turners. A pleasant luncheon was shared while a slide show of ITE photojournalist fellow Winifred Helton-Harmon’s photographs documented their ITE experiences thus far.
Zina shares one of her new pieces created from turned black walnut with The Center for Art in Wood Director, Albert LeCoff.
Resident fellow Rex Kalehoff shows Joe Seltzer and Levi Landis sketches of his next piece.
Cheryl and Tim Kochman enjoy Zina Burloiu’s many new pieces of work and beginnings of some other work to come, while Rex Kalehoff shows his work to other attendees and Grant Vaughan works on another small piece at his bench.
ITE Scholar Fellow, Seth Bruggeman, works on his blog postings as the Open studio activities convene around him.
Fellow Julia Harrison discusses her ideas with artists Michael Hurwitz and
Albert, Grant, and Clark Kent enjoy a moment while discussing Grant’s work.
Artist and fellow Adrien Segal shows her blue line sketches for a current project to Michael Hurwitz and Mark Sfirri.
Artist Grant Vaughan shows collector Fleur Bressler his newest piece completed during his fellowship.
Zina Burloiu shows off some of her new work to Suzanne Bonsall-Kahn and her daughter Lilli Feingold. They are very thin turned pieces of wood with a bit of her traditional Romanian decorations carved into them.
Grant Vaughan discusses his work with wood artist Mark Sfirri.
Adrien Segal shows guests her process of creating a piece. Which starts with data and progresses into a CAD drawing, next a model, and the the piece in wood.
Rex speaks to attendees about his new work done during his fellowship so far.
Zina shares her new ideas with Fleur Bressler and Joe Seltzer.
Julia discusses her next project with Mark Sfirri.
Zina tries to repair her lamp while Joe Seltzer, and past ITE fellow and Australian artist, writer Terry Martin give advice.