I don't know of anyone locally who does, but Max Krimmel from Colorado is a master at it. I watched a demo back in the mid to late 80's that Max did and I was blown away. Never knew you could turn stone!
How do you deal with all the fine dust and is it corrosive to the bearings of the lathe?
Sorry I don't have a web page, but hope to have one soon.
Send me your address and I can send you some pics as an attachment.
Please write soapstone on the subject or I won't open email from strangers.
I have been turning like crazy and would love to show you some pictures.
I really enjoy turning these rocks and they have been very satisfying.
You just wouldn't believe the colors and patterns that are in those rocks.
Just sent you an email with my address. Looking forward to seeing your
In the Readers Gallery John has posted some information about sharing photos. If you are able I am sure more folks here would enjoy taking a look at your work and who knows we may even be able to see your work in the magazine.
Likewise I only turn stone and love it. I turn alot of soap whole and segmented. Sold one today. I would love to see some of your work can you post some pictures? Do you have a web site? Mine is theartoftoddlord.com There are only a few of us that segment stone and I'd like to see some of your work.