Bruce Perlmutter Hand Lathed Poplar Vessel With Pyrography
Functional Art Made From Fallen Trees

Bruce Perlmutter Hand Lathed Poplar Vessel With Pyrography

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Description

Hand lathed, poplar wood hollow form vessel crafted by wood artisan Bruce Perlmutter. The poplar is from fallen trees local to Perlmutter and has a creamy golden color with beautiful grain patterning. The top of the vessel is detailed with archetypal pyrography and color by his wife, the artisan Jill Uma. The vessel is not suitable to hold water but looks stunning with silk or paper flowers and greens.

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Sizing + Details

Vessel is approximately 9" tall x 7.5" wide.
Not suitable to be filled with liquid.

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Bruce Perlmutter Hand Lathed Poplar Vessel With Pyrography
Bruce Perlmutter Hand Lathed Poplar Vessel With Pyrography
Bruce Perlmutter Hand Lathed Poplar Vessel With Pyrography
Bruce Perlmutter Hand Lathed Poplar Vessel With Pyrography

Bruce Perlmutter

Growing up, Bruce Perlmutter learned the art of woodworking from his craftsman father. Tinkering in his youth became a more earnest career in the early 1990's when he purchased a lathe and a few basic tools and began to experiment with thick-walled and boxy bowls. Now an experienced member of the American Association of Woodturners, Perlmutter mentors and teaches less experienced turners in his own carefully honed techniques. Guided by the colors, grain patterns, and natural features of wood, Perlmutter painstakingly hand crafts brilliantly unique bowls, platters, and hollow form vessels using only local fallen trees. Each piece is a functional work of art, sealed with a food-safe finish, and buffed to a soft luster.