The fellows are working away and making an assortment of noises with their hands and machines. Some soft – some loud. All of them are reaping wonderful results. Every artist’s sound is unique forming a wonderful cacophony of bangs, shushing, sanding, and high pitch mechanical whirs.

Adrien's work process for this piece produces soft sounds from a small polishing drill.

Adrien’s work process for this piece produces soft sounds from a small polishing drill.


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Lots of delicate sanding.


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Soft shaving sounds emanates from this Grant Vaughan piece.


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Grant Vaughan uses a jig to drill holes into his piece.

Grant Vaughan uses a jig to drill holes to a certain depth.


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Zina Burloiu uses gouge to cut out the bowl shape.


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Zina uses a long bladed knife to shape the exterior of the piece.


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Fellow Julia Harrison uses a chisel to carve her work.


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Julia uses a gouge to remove more wood.


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