Bernard Hohlfeld is wood turning artist from Doylestown in Bucks County. He is a member of the Bucks County Guild of Craftsmen, the Bucks Woodturners, the American Association of Woodturners and a Juried member of the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen. Bernard is a retired cabinetmaking teacher but is mostly self-taught in regards to wood turning. In 2003 Bernard began “Roundwood Studio” to explore the wonderful world of Artistic Woodturning.
In 2010 his first book, “Turning Natural Edge Bowls”, was published by Schiffer Publishing.
Bernard Hohlfeld’ has expert ability to incorporate the texture of the tree burls into the graceful design of his bowls.
Roundwood Studio Website
Transformations 40th Annual Art and Craft Show, November 8-10, 2013, Hopewell Train Station, Hopewell, NJ.
Transformations Featured Artists:
Susan Nadelson(hand dyed and handspun yarn)
Ron Dombrowski(wood carving)
Sally Stang(pressed flower mosaic)
What?! I can’t believe those vases are wood! They’re gorgeous!
He does things with wood that I didn’t know were possible.
Woodturning is just fascinating to me. And so beautiful! I would love to see how it’s done.
Sometimes a woodturner will demonstrate a craft show, and it’s very cool to watch!