Woodturning Exhibit Now Open at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture

June 22, 2017

A completely refurbished, permanent installation of a local woodturning exhibit is now open at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.

The exhibit showcases the works of over a dozen local artisans who are actively engaged in the woodturning tradition.  The exhibit includes a vintage woodworking tools display with several restored pieces from the mid and late 1800s, a display of bowls made from the most popular “turning trees” in Georgia, a display on stains and finishes, and a collection of lathe-made items by local artisans that are available for purchase.

For more information on this exhibit, contact Museum Curator and Assistant Director Polly Huff via e-mail at phuff@abac.edu.
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