Lamp bases, vases and candlesticks are all on display in Keverne Dewick’s studio. These beautiful pieces enhance the wood’s natural colours and pictures.
When turning wood, Keverne Dewick looks for timber displaying colour. Timber can become coloured following a process called spalting, by which fungus gets into the wood and changes its hue. Burrs – the gnarled lumps that grow on the side of trees – provide natural edges on turned bowls.
Keverne Dewick's woodturning
Keverne Dewick turns wood for a variety of furniture-makers and joiners. He produces newel posts, spindles, furniture legs and pedestal columns, and also manufactures plaques for woodland burial sites.