Heidi Rupprecht - Woodturning Artist

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Heidi Rupprecht Woodturning Sculptures



These exquisite works of art,
are a dynamic collaboration of two masterful techniques:

Woodturning and Intarsia


Innovative, one of a kind
meticulously crafted from Canadian Birch,
by Heidi Rupprecht

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Heidi's work "Sneak Peek" was featured on page 34 of the American Association of Woodturners "A Walk in the Woods" exhibition - (View Showcase)








"Sneak Peek"
You may never know who is keeping an eye on you, when you enjoy your leisurely walk in the woods.

Spalted & clear Canadian Birch - 8.5" × 8.5" × 3.5"

Used with permission by American Association of Woodturners

Heidi's work "In The Spotlight" was featured on page 43 of the American Association of Woodturners "Maple Medley" An Acer Showcase - (View Showcase)

Wood Turner Magazine Article about Heidi Rupprecht





"In The Spotlight"
Eastern and Western maples with birdseye, curly and quilted figure and intarsia inlay techniques.
"In The Spotlight" celebrates the silent voice, beauty, even intrigue of both the majestic maple tree and the elusive great horned owl. It thus showcases a sample of the rich colors, diversity and distinctive grain patterns of various maple species.

Maple 10" × 10" × 3.5"

Used with permission by American Association of Woodturners

Heidi's work "Summer Respite" was featured on the back cover page of "American Woodturner", Journal of the American Association of Woodturners, August Edition, 2010 - (View Magazine)

Wood Turner Magazine Article about Heidi Rupprecht
We should all enjoy a "Summer Respite",
stopping the world briefly to relax
peacefully under a shady tree.

Pausing from the intensities, or nonsensities
of everyday life, and reflect on our
many blessings that so graciously have
been offered.

Allowing to appreciate beauty in the simple
little things with a new understanding to
provide a quiet serenity.

For today, breathe in some fresh promise,
and allow the warmth of the summer sun
to recharge again.

Tomorrow isn’t here yet, now is the time to
cease in suspended animation...or maybe
just your hammock.


2009, Birch, 22.5" × 7" × 7.5"

Used with permission by American Woodturner Journal

"Make each day your masterpiece, wake up with a smile and live with enthusiasm"

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