John Hodgson

oak burr from morvern
£250.00
Rockstar
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Ash Morvern Bowl Wax Finish
£650.00
Oak Morvern Black Shallow Bowl with Purple Heart Plugs
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Oak Morvern Shallow Bowl with Purple Heart Plugs
£250.00
Ash Bowl
£795.00
Home Grown Birch, Morvern
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1867 Wych Elm from Morvern
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Oak Ceremonial Bowl on Yew Pedestal
£850.00
Home Grown Willow
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Wych Elm from Morvern
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Split Decisions
£425.00
Torchwood
£750.00
Spalted Sycamore from Ardgour
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Wych Elm from Fuinary
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Wych Elm Vase
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Wych Elm from Fuinary, Morvern
£195.00
1891 Wych Elm from Fuinary, Morvern
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1894 Burr Oak from Acharn, Morvern
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1893 Burr Oak from Morvern
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1892 Wych Elm from Fiunary, Morvern
£450.00
1896 Burr Oak from Acharn
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421 Wych Elm
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Ribbed Platter, Wych Elm from Fiunary, Morvern
£450.00
John Hodgson
John Hodgson

John Hodgson is a woodturner based in Fuinary, near 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."

John Hodgson
John Hodgson

John Hodgson is a woodturner based in Fuinary, near 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."