With a worldwide reputation as an acknowledged master of woodturning, and work in several permanent museum collections, John Jordan has traveled much of his life to share his extraordinary turning techniques.
In Hollow Turning, turners of all skill levels have the opportunity to work beside Jordan and learn all he knows about turning hollow forms. He dispels the mysteries of this art form, and shares his signature techniques.
John Jordan is an internationally known woodturning and teacher who has taught in eight countries and all over the United States. Jordan’s turned and textured vessels are in numerous private and corporate collections as well as many major museums, including the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
Shear cutting to reduce or eliminate sanding
Types of tools used for hollow turning
Turning a small-neck bottle
Sanding & finishing
Solving common problems