Sam shows his process for coloring a Box Elder Burl hollow form. A fairly thin wall allows for adding dye or stain to the inside of the vessel. The "color" will wick through to the outside-following the grain and burl figure which results in a striking appearance. Please find my work on these sites: www.wyomingwoodturner.com www.samangelo.com https://www.etsy.com/shop/wyomingwoodturnercom Sam shows his process for coloring a Box Elder Burl hollow form. A fairly thin wall allows for adding dye or stain to the inside of the vessel. The "color" will wick through to the outside-following the grain and burl figure which results in a striking appearance.

Please find my work on these sites:
www.wyomingwoodturner.com
www.samangelo.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/wyomingwoodturnercom