Booker Morey

Japanese maple leaves

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While he was in his engineering/consulting career, Booker did woodturning as a hobby. Looking for a way to differentiate his designs from others, he saw some work by the famous British natural artists, Andy Goldsworthy. Andy had stitched together a rough-edged square of real leaves, and in the center drew a circle. Every leaf and part of leaf insie the circle had been skeetonized, and Booker was struck by the beautiful patterns the leaf veins made. After a lot of thought, Booker began learning how to skeletonize the leaves until he found the etching process that he now uses. This craft has been a full-time career for Booker for the past 19 years. You can find more options at his web site,


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