2022 Spring Competition

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The 2022 Most Promising Novice award

was presented to

John Mitchell for his Cherry Bowl.

The 2022 Best In Show award, as selected by John Hordyk founder of Exotic Woodswas presented to

David Senecal for his Pineapple Vase.  






Novice - Small submissions (our apologies to those members whose items may not have been photographed)

 

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1st Gary Morphet        Ambrosia maple bowl

2nd John Mitchell        Curly maple dish

3rd Suzanne Wood       Crochet hooks - set of 3


Novice - Large submissions  (our apologies to those members whose items may not have been photographed)

 

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1st Gary Morphet Maple walnut bowl

2nd John Mitchell Cherry bowl

3rd Suzanne Wood Spalted maple/ebony teapot


Intermediate - Small submissions  (our apologies to those members whose items may not have been photographed)

 

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1st  Rod Lippold Mushroom maple salt mill

2nd   Al Pentland Oak and maple earring holder

2nd  Joanne Searle Yew tooth fairy box


Intermediate - Large submissions (our apologies to those members whose items may not have been photographed)

 

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1st Rob Lippold            Salt and pepper shakers

2nd John McAuley       Maple live edge bowl

3rd Joe Love                 Apple vase


Open - Small submissions   (our apologies to those members whose items may not have been photographed)

 

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1st      Malcolm Cumming    Bowl

2nd    David Senecal             Lidded box

3rd    Chris Sisson                 Mushroom Village


Open - Large submissions    (our apologies to those members whose items may not have been photographed)

 

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1st Marv McMeekin    Chess Set

2nd Ozzie Tatone         Ash and teak chess set

2nd Maurice Solar         Toy crane

3rd Davide Senecal       Pineapple Vase

3rd Morley McArthur & Charles Jordan Bowl


Segmented submissions

 

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1st Maurice Solar        Square teapot

2nd Pat Moran             Lidded box



Welcome to the Golden Horseshoe Woodturners Guild 2022 Spring Competition.

We are pleased to announce that 2022 will see our the first in-person Spring Competition in two years.   The event will be held on the 3rd Thursday in May (May 19) at Exotic Woods in Burlington.  

So, finalize those "master" pieces and ... get turning! 


Click here for the 2022 Spring Competition Entry Form 

  HINT:  you may need to click the "Enable Editing" button once the Entry form opens in Word

Click here for the 2022 Spring Competition Rules and Guidelines


The following chart illustrates the 7 submission categories :





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