Bill Tarleton
Bill Tarleton's Projects





Bill Tarleton
Large turned Natural Edge Cork Oak Bowl. May 2012.
Bill Tarleton
Carved Oak Burl Bowl. May 2012.


Bill Tarleton
English Walnut Bowl with Fluted Sides. Dec. 2012.
Bill Tarleton
Spalted Silver Maple Natural Edge Bowl. May 2011.


Bill Tarleton
A 352 piece Segmented Turned Diving Helmet being built as a Hat Box for a US Coast Guard promotion ceremony. March 2011.
Bill Tarleton
A couple of Leaf Pins. Jan. 2011.


Bill Tarleton
A Segmented Bowl bottom repair using Big Leaf Maple Burl with a Scroll Saw pattern in the bottom. Sept. 2010.
Bill Tarleton
A Valley Oak Toy Box. May 2010.


Bill Tarleton
A Spalted Liquidambar Natural Edge Bowl. May 2010.
Bill Tarleton and Andrew Baxter
Bill and Andrew Baxter turned Goblets of 17th Century Design. April 2010.


Bill Tarleton
A a couple of walnut platters, one with the English/Black walnut graft line (above). He also showed 2 bowls from Walnut Root Burl. One bowl was turned and with Ivan Lee's help, a Scroll Sawed Owl was inserted in a natural hole in the bowl (right). Mar. 2010.
A Cork Oak Natural Edge Bowl.
Mar. 2010


Sept. 2009
A turned Redwood Root Vase.
Aug. 2009
An interlocking ring bowl.
June 2009
A rocking horse.
Dec. 2008
A Cork Oak Natural Edge Bowl.
May 2008
Natural Edge Carob Bowl.
May 2008
Natural Edge Cork Oak bowl.
April 2008
Maple Burl bowl with a blue rim that allows light to glow through.
April 2008 Carob Natural Edge bowl from wood from Ruth Bancroft's garden.
April 2008
Three bowls, Hollywood Juniper, Black acacia and Walnut Root Burl.
Dec. 2007
A natural edge walnut bench with metal legs made for a church in Brentwood.
Nov. 2007
Cork oak natural edge bowl.
Nov. 2007 An assortment of wine bottle stoppers.
Feb. 2007 Natural edge bowls to encourage the use of city trees. Sycamore, Modesto Ash, Madrone, Golden Rain, and Camphor.
Dec. 2006 Box Elder Natural Edge Bowl.
Dec. 2006 Valley Oak Natural Edge Bowl.
Oct. 2006 2 Valley Oak and 1 Black Acacia Natural Edge Bowls.
Oct. 2006 Claro Walnut Root Burl Bowl.
Oct. 2006 California Bay Laurel(L), Madrone(B), and Ponderosa Pine(R) bowls.
Oct. 2006 A photo of an Oak Morris Chair.
April 2006 An unusual Trophy made of Black Acacia.
April 2006 Bill's first turned Cork Oak natural edge bowl, a Black Acacia Bowl, a Golden Chain Tree Vase.
Dec. 2005 A coffee table made of the wood from the Concord Valley Oak Tree felled in 2003.
Nov. 2005 A large walnut root burl bowl.
Nov. 2005 Two end tables made of the wood from the Concord Valley Oak Tree felled in 2003.
Oct. 2005 Two more bowls made of the wood from the Concord Valley Oak Tree felled in 2003.
Oct. 2005 Two bowls made of the wood from the Concord Valley Oak Tree felled in 2003.
Oct. 2005 A noise maker made of the wood from the Concord Valley Oak Tree felled in 2003.
Oct. 2005 A Vase made of the wood from the Concord Valley Oak Tree felled in 2003.
June 2005 An iron bark eucalyptus bowl.
June 2005 A spalted silver maple bowl.
May 2005 A bowl made from the Valley Oak that was taken down in Concord a couple of years ago.
Feb. 2005 Bill's latest successful challenge finally getting the interlocking ovals correct.
Jan. 2005 A large black acacia bowl.
Dec. 2004 A large noise maker made from a great old oak tree from Concord.
June 2004 A South Western designed segmented bowl.
May 2004 A small segmented vessel.
April 2004 A eucalyptus bowl.
March 2004 A large walnut tray. The wood was cut from a root section of a large tree providing a unique grain pattern.
Jan. 2004 A couple of Hollywood Juniper turned vases.


Back