john hodgson

wych elm vase
512 original woodturning
33 x 15 cm
wych elm vase
1740 original woodtuning
19 x 11 cm
fiunary wych elm
146 original woodtuning
10 x 39cm
oak ceremonial bowl
135 oak on yew
98 x 47 cm
old ardtornish wych elm vase
1638 original woodturning
19 x 10 cm
210 original woodturning
80cm height
african blackwood, elm & gold
1636 original woodtuning
34 x 29 cm
ardtornish wych elm vessel
338 original woodturning
26 x 16cm
kingairloch eucalyptus bowl
669 0riginal woodturning
14 x 27cm
bowl with stand
126 original woodturning
36 x 27cm
fiunary wych elm vase
411 fiunary wych elm
30 x 14cm
ardtornish wych elm vase
200 original woodturning
28 x 10cm
fiunary burr wych elm vessel
343 original woodturning
24 x 20cm
morvern ash bowl
687 original woodturning
8 x 36cm
fiunary spalted beech vase
336 original woodturning
32 x 7 cm
morvern wych elm bowl
681 original woodturning
7 x 40cm
wych elm burr platter
684 original woodturning
4 x 38cm
wych elm bulb
611 original woodturning
19 x 14 cm
fiunary wych elm bowl
1637 original woodturning
12 x 32 cm
wych elm morvern bowl
688 original woodturning
13 x 20cm
wych elm vase
original woodturning
43 x 20cm
hollow form woodturning
676 original woodturning
18 x 17cm
fiunary wych elm vase
509 fiunary wych elm
32 x 16cm
morvern wych elm bowl
682 original woodturning
7 x 37cm


John Hodgson is a woodturner based in Fuinary, nr Lochaline. Wood has long been a passion for him,

"I developed a good working relationship with wood at a very early age, carving little boats from bits of wood with my father’s tools. Hopeless with the three R’s at school, I excelled in art, woodwork and metalwork. This naturally led me to developing a lifetime career in the fascinating world of wooden boatbuilding, perfectly suited to my creative and artistic leaning. Although I enjoy painting, I achieve maximum fulfilment from working in three dimensional form.

As a self-taught wood turner, I have always worked with nature and content of the woodland to create my pieces. Although having the appearance of functional items, the shapes, colour and textures that evolve spontaneously during creation, transcend the functionality. My aim is to encourage the beholder to discover something quite different to anything they have seen before and through the sense of touch, experience the unexpected."