BOB DAILY has a penchant for environmental architecture, preservation of natural curiosities and British Racing Green. The woodturning milieu has become his natural habitat; where reclaimed domestic hardwoods mingle with exotic timber, and wormholes and inclusions are welcome.
Bob's work challenges the fine and functional arts, telling a story of shape and form offset by rough-hewn design.
He has studied with preeminent master turners David Ellsworth, Ray Key, Graeme Priddle and Alan Stirt and has studied formally at the Aarrowmont School of Arts & Crafts under the direction of Mark St. Leger, Betty Scarpino and Alan Lacer.
Bob's work is displayed in galleries and fine art shows in Michigan and throughout the Midwest.