Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Baltimore Area Turners Newsletter Page

Thanks to the  Baltimore Area Turners for this story in their December newsletter about the show.  It was great to see so many club members at the gallery.  Appreciate your support for the project.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Photos and Video from the How Many Bowls? show

 Check out Joe Nash's photo journal, Nahsification, for more photos and a video of the show.  Thanks Joe!  The Mark Supik & Co. sweatshirt never looked better!

Joe Nash Photos II
Joe Nash Photos I (with video)

100 Bowl Reunion

The How Many Bowls? show was a great party!  Thanks to all of the turners who made it back with their bowls.  Mark turned the 100th bowl in the gallery on Saturday to a cheering crowd.  Special thanks to Kini Collins for her help in setting the show.  And thanks to Dan & Liz Schiavone for their hospitality at Schiavone Fine Art.  

Friday, November 18, 2011

Bowl countdown

Here are the largest bowls drying after their final coat of finish.  The largest has a 23" diameter.  Hope we have enough pedestals.  Thanks Melissa, Gretchen, John, Andrew, Chuck, Danielle, Mechelle, Leisha, Joe & Ed for getting your bowls to us this week.  Hope you can all make it on Saturday or Sunday. 

Need more information about the show.  Here's a link to the invitation.

Link to the invitation to the How Many Bowls? show

Thursday, November 17, 2011

They didn't all make it....

Our goal was to turn 100 bowls from one pine tree.  You'll see if you make it to the show this weekend that some of the bowls didn't quite make it through to the finish.  These are two of Mark's.  Any other turners who haven't brought there bowls by because they aren't perfect, we don't care.  It's all part of the process.  These two will  be on display at the show.  We  may even have pretzels in them!

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Schiavone Fine Art

The How Many Bowls? show is from 1 - 4 pm on both Nov. 19 & 20th.  Schiavone Fine Art at 244 S.  Highlandand Ave is not far from the shop.    The gallery is an old Moose Lodge that's been restored by it's owners, Dan & Liz Schiavone.  It's worth the trip over just to see the beautiful restoration.
Plenty of great restaurants nearby if you're making a day of it.  On Saturday you can walk to DiPasquale's  (open for lunch, closes at 6 pm)  and to The Laughing Pint (opens at 3 pm, open late) from the gallery.   We may head there after the show ourselves. 

Directions to the gallery

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Bowls Gather Before Show

Still have a few spots left on the shelves.  If you haven't gotten your bowl to us, it's not too late.  We're into the final countdown.