Reeves, Eric

Northampton, MA

I’m continually seeking the perfect balance between the form I create and the natural beauty of the wood itself. And because all my profits go to humanitarian organizations, I always feel that the more beautiful a woodturning, the more I’ll be able to alleviate suffering with my contributions.

I turn wood because I think it’s the most beautiful way to let wood express itself, even while I ultimately impose a form that’s fully, consciously designed. A perfectionist, I find the possibility of perfection in woodturning elusive, but yielding work that has been taken as far as possible.

I move in smaller dimensions, but these dimensions permit unusual techniques, including true inlaying of wood, delicate finial designs, and hollow-form turning requiring only the smallest of openings.

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