Norm Sartorius

You comment, “It’s (a spoon) an instrument, a tool of nurturing that is universal, or very close to universal, in the human experience.” Discuss.…


Alison Crowther

Can you explain how you came to be working with wood, especially at such a large scale?  I started working with wood whilst doing my first degree in…


Eleanor Lakelin

What lead you to work with wood? I grew up in a very rural part of Wales surrounded by hills. Roaming through woods collecting natural things,…


Roger Bennett

Discuss the use of colour in your work. I colour my work with water-based wood dyes, and I finish with three applications of Danish oil which…


Alain Mailland

You are an active member of the French Association of Artistic Woodturning, discuss how this membership has assisted in your career and……


Benoît Averly

xplain how meeting and speaking to Gilbert Buffard changed everything for you? I met Gilbert Buffard in 2002. A friend of mine had taken a class…


Richard Kennedy

Your work is creative and ornamental can you take three pieces and discuss them and the techniques you have developed to create them? Much of my work…


Nic Webb

You initially trained in fine art at Brighton College from 1991 -1994, when did you move into your craft of spoon making? I made my first spoon…