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Harvey Meyer
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Harvey was a woodworker for many years before he started woodturning in 2000. He turns many types of forms and objects -- bowls, platters, goblets, boxes, pepper mills, bottle stoppers, pens, and more -- but hollow vessels are a favorite. For the last several years, he has been focused on the "basket illusion," in which a turned piece attempts to resemble a woven basket. He works in his studio, located in the basement of his home in Dunwoody, Georgia. Harvey enjoys demonstrating at woodturning clubs and teaching. He's an active member of the Georgia Association of Woodturners, the Atlanta Woodturners Guild, and the American Association of Woodturners.

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A "basket illusion" platter by Harvey Meyer. Photo by Harvey Meyer.

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A "basket illusion" platter by Harvey Meyer. Photo by Harvey Meyer.
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