During the initial period of my wood-turning journey I very rarely made a bowl, even though many of the already well known turners of that time focused almost exclusively on bowls. Instead, I made vessels with lids. Although initially primitive, these vessels evolved over time into a distinct style, first using exotic and domestic woods in concentric construction designs, then primarily using burl wood which I sourced myself, some of it from the campus of Haverford College which I attended in the 60's.
Below you can see images of a few of these vessels in chronological order.
"Rosewood Inhabitant" 1990
Box Elder Burl and Indian Rosewood