The Unseen Pleasures of Turning

visually imparied experiencing woodturningYesterday’s post was about a woodturner who lost most of her vision but was able to adapt her tools and processes to allow her to continue turning.

Coincidently, the AAW website has a feature on how the 25th Anniversary Symposium included the first showing of woodturnings to visually impaired people. Andi Wolfe, one of the turners involved with the showing commented “It was the most amazing experience for me to watch how these individuals explored each piece with their hands.”

This is another great example of how woodturners are willing to share. I highly recommend this article.