Steve Howland

Artwork

Martini Glass 4

Steve Howland

Martini Glass 4

Turned Wood, Ambrosia Maple

$80.00

Windy Day Vase

Steve Howland

Windy Day Vase

Turned Wood, Ambrosia Maple

$1,700.00

Hook Up

Steve Howland

Hook Up

Maple, Zebrawood, Mahogany

18 x 11.50 x 115 in

$1,650.00

The Notebook

Steve Howland

The Notebook

Bloodwood, Maple

14 x 11.50 x 11.50 in

$2,750.00

Models (model boat)

Steve Howland

Models (model boat)

Turned Wood

$1,500.00

Breach

Steve Howland

Breach

wood

17 x 11 in

$3,000.00

Squiggly Bowl

Steve Howland

Squiggly Bowl

Wood

5 x 12 in

$700.00

Under Water Basket Weaving

Steve Howland

Under Water Basket Weaving

Open Segmented Turned Wood

8 x 11.50 x 11.50 in

$1,500.00

Scraps Platter

Steve Howland

Scraps Platter

Turned Wood

$330.00

Double Diamond

Steve Howland

Double Diamond

Wood

8 x 12 in

$1,200.00

Stick

Steve Howland

Stick

Wood & Resin

5 x 5 in

$700.00

Waves

Steve Howland

Waves

Wood

8 x 10 in

$1,200.00

Silent Night Vase

Steve Howland

Silent Night Vase

Turned Wood, Walnut

$1,600.00

Dresser

Steve Howland

Dresser

Wood

10 x 8 in

$800.00

The Lads

Steve Howland

The Lads

Walnut and Maple

12.50 x 10 x 10 in

$1,350.00

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Steve Howland
Artist Statement: Wood as the material, and wood turning as the technique to express artistic creativity. A tradition that goes back to ancient Roman and Egyptian times. About: Spectacular textures that transcend wood and allows the art to venture into a world of his imagination. Steve’s works are explosions of mysterious horizons with their typical nautical and oceanic related themes. Boats, lighthouses and fish immersed in the veining of the different types of wood, revealing the very soul of the trees from which they originated. With simplicity, Howland delivers his marvelous creations that is initially confounded by the superb artistry that lies behind common objects like vases or lamps making them appear almost to be made of alabaster, mother of pearl or quartz. Process: Segmented wood turning is specifically what Steve Howland does. He accurately and meticulously unites segments of different woods and glues them into rings, which in turn are stacked together and glued, and then placed in a lathe to be worked finely and beautifully into the actual works of art.
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