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Boyd Stringham

Segmented Armillary Sphere

18" x 23"; Cherry, Walnut; Spray Lacquer

Segmented Armillary Sphere
Boyd Stringham, Sep 22, 2020
    • Michael Lyle
      Incredible! Can I inquire how long did it take to complete?
    • Russ Braun
      Nice to see you back to segmenting Boyd! This is a cleaver piece; I like your collage showing the different viewpoints! Well done!
    • Davey Jones Johnson
      well GOOD JOB ! and now I know one thing I could do with a bunch of left over rings ! I for one use a parting tool and take off material (in the form of rings as I put a new segmented ring on a progressing bowl. I glue and turn SOME on each ring as I build, one at a time. mainly so the very first ring and bottom is totally finished before I go any further then I can stay away from that.. Not knowing what I am gonna do with rings i PART OFF rather than waste away, now I can see what You have done, make a version Maybe !!
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    Boyd Stringham
    Date:
    Sep 22, 2020
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