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| Links to Woodturning & Other Sites
|The Center for Art in Wood
||A non-profit organization which supports and develops the field of lathe-turned art
|American Association of Woodturners
||The AAW mission is to provide education, information, and organization to those interested in turning wood.
| The Mason Collection at the Mint Museum
||One of the finest collections of turned-wood art. Many artists are represented. The photos are great.
|Collectors of Wood Art
||"CWA is a non-profit organization dedicated to elevating wood art, including turned objects, sculpture and furniture, to the stature of fine art."
|Guerra Paint and Pigment
||NYC supplier of pigments, mica and metal powders
||A master turner in my book. Johannes creates wooden hats from burls, and also teaches.
||Online supplier of metal leaf and powders and mica powders
|System Three GelMagic
||Main structural epoxy component of inlay
||Sculptured boxes from Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia
||An online mineral gallery. Beautiful -- fluorite, quartz, tourmaline...
|Woodturning Artists on the Web
||Steve Worcester's list of woodturning links
||A comprehensive web site dedicated to providing information and resources to wood turners worldwide. The site is maintained by Dennis Daudelin and Richard DiPerna.