ABOUT THE MAKER
and raised in the garden of England Roberts first encounter with woodturning was
a brief lesson at school. This left me him with a desire that some day he should
like to work with wood, but it was to be several years later before his ambition
leaving school he entered the engineering industry as an apprentice, so much for
wanting to work with wood. Following the hurricane of 1987 which brought
devastation to much of the landscape, Robert felt the time was right to make use
of the abundance of windblown timber. Not wishing to see it rot away he took up
woodturning as a hobby.
with mostly functional items he had soon moved on to more decorative pieces. As
his interest grew, so did his desire to work with more figured pieces of timber
such as burrs and rippled wood.
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