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Dennis Elliott's Hot-Blooded Wood Art

<p>Photos by Iona Elliott</p>
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Dennis Elliott is well-known in the wood art world. He's been woodworking and turning since 1972, and he has been devoted to his craft full-time since retiring from Foreigner (yes, that Foreigner – he is their original drummer). His work often reflects the brazen, rock and roll attitude of his youth, with rough edges and asymmetry. He's currently in an exhibit at the Grand Hand Gallery and part of an exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts (both coinciding with the 25th American Association of Woodturners Symposium). You can view more of his work on his website or Facebook.

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