More Matisho 2017

The whirlwind of the Matisho Memorial on Saturday with upwards of 50 people turning, carving, painting, watching and, visiting settled into a more zen state on Sunday.  Perhaps 20 members continued the fun of creative exploration and finished off much of what had been started on Saturday. The fund raising aspect of the event was highly successful with over $5,500 raised for cancer research.  A few pictures of finished projects are included below. You can click HERE to view all the pictures from the event.

 

 

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Matisho 2017

Around 50 people came out for our annual Turning for Cancer Research weekend.

There was a great selection of items on the silent auction table.  Some expensive items were donated by various companies and this is really appreciated in the efforts to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society.

You can click HERE if you have not yet donated.

Again this year we were happy that many students and young people came out to enjoy and learn about turning.

Alex was back from China and able to share her wealth of knowledge about marbling with anyone interested.

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David Ellsworth piece at silent auction.

Anyone thinking of coming to the Matisho Memorial Turning Weekend March 25 and 26 now has added incentive. If you wanted to get in on a blast from the past you could purchase a piece of David Ellsworth’s work from 1982.  Michael Hosaluk has donated a demo piece from the earliest wood turning conference back in 1982 as well as a lovely finished bowl from Liam O’Neill an Irish turner who was here in 1989. These items will be on the silent auction table at Waldheim for the weekend. Please see the turners for cancer website for details. Click HERE.

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