Ken Gaidos

Mark Gardner

Dewey Garrett

Dick Gerard

Cynthia Gibson

Michael Gibson

Marshall Gorrow

Merv Graham

Mitch Gray

Alby Hall

Jerry Harris

Joe Herrmann

Julie Heryet

Robert Hill

Bob Hobbs

Robyn Horn

Michael Hosaluk

Todd Hoyer

Bill Hunter

Beth Ireland

Phil Irons

Lyle Jamieson

Charles Jennings

John Jordan

John K Jordan

Sam Jordan

Vicki Jordan

Morton Kasdan

Pete Kekel

Ed Kelle

Judy Kingery

Bonnie Klein

Ed Koenig

Pat Kramer

Stoney Lamar

Peter Lamb

Dave Lancaster

Joe Landon

John Lannom

Merete Larsen

Dale Larson

Dan Lee

Jean Legwin

Don Leman

Simon Levy

Art Liestmann

Mark Lindquist

Rudolph Lopez

Glenn Lucas

John Lucas

Bill Luce

Elizabeth Lundberg

Michael Mahoney

David Marks

Pat Matranga

Mason McBrien

Johannes Michelsen

Paul Miller

Jack Mincey

Dale Miner

Michael Mocho

William Moore

Joe Moran

Ray Morgan

Ray Morton

Bill Neddow

Ruth Niles

Craig Nutt

Don Orr

Myra Orton

Matt Overton

George Paes

Colin Parkinson

Dennis Paullus

Dave Peebles

Michael Peterson

Binh Pho

Paul Porter

Bill Pottorf

Graeme Priddle

Steve Pritchard

Tania Radda

Richard Raffan

Malcolm Ray

Monte Richards

Bill Rubenstein

David Rush

Avelino Samuel

Below are the participating artist’s links to their vessel,

images of their work in progress and their individual website or email address: 

Through The Years
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The Tree Gallery
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A very loved sugar maple tree, that grew outside the front door or our 200 year old house had

to be cut down.  My brother and I used to climb in it.  John’s and my children climbed it and our grandchildren enjoyed sitting in it and swinging from it.


It started to show signs of decay at the base of the trunk.  We were advised by good friend and tree surgeon that it should be cut down.


We sent our tree to friends and asked them to create something from the wood and in return, send us a nice image of the piece that they had created.  That way, we could see the wonderful work my tree became.


My tree ended up being shipped to all corners of the US and is also represented in Brazil, England, France, Germany, Japan, Australia, Canada, Denmark and New Zealand, 190+ artists!  I have humorously thought of it as scattering the ashes of a loved one.  


The post office (and my credit card company) thought I had gone nuts.


I am really enjoying the energy that is being shared.


Let it be known how much I love and appreciate John for sawing and packing the wood for each of the boxes.



                                                                                                            Vicki Jordan - 2010

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johnjordanwoodturning.com
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