Welcome to Red Oak Hollow, a one-man woodturning shop located in the Northern Virginia countryside, a few miles south of Purcellville. I hope you enjoy your visit here, and that maybe I've piqued your curiosity about the magical art of woodturning. The photos at the top of each page will change with each page change. Click on a photo for a larger picture and more information.
Contact with Red Oak Hollow......or, how to call or e-mail the Woodturner
An Academic Mace for your College or UniversityDesigning and making an academic mace for your educational institution may be easier than you think
Recipients of Academic Maces from ROHLWA listing of customers which have ordered an academic mace
What is Woodturning ?Click here for the answer.
Red Oak Hollow ?Let me tell you more...
The Woodshopor, as my wife calls it, "The Studio"
Tom's Woodworking BackgroundFrom kid to adult
Special TurningsThe birth of a very special heirloom
Catoctin Area Turners, Inc.Also known as CAT, meets in Leesburg, VA
Capital Area Woodturners, Inc.One of our local woodturning clubs with members from Maryland, Washington DC, and Northern Virginia
Boley Uses Lathe to Meet Restoration, New Construction NeedsArticle published in Loudoun Times-Mirror on 22 Mar 06
Architectural WoodturningRed Oak Hollow changes from the artistic to the architectural
Occasionally the Unusual: part 1Some short stories about uncommon requests for turnings
Occasionally the Unusual: Part 2Sometimes I wonder if I can figure out how to even make it!
Historical PreservationSpecial Bowls from a Special Tree
Professional Photographer Visits ROHLWDick McCreight gets a view of life here during the WLAST tour
Items for SaleFeatured items now available.
More of My WorkThese items are not for sale, but they are good examples of my work.
Other PicturesA slice of life at Red Oak Hollow.
Upcoming Craft Fairs
See Red Oak Hollow's wares in person at any of these upcoming events.
"Tom's Tools" for Wood Turning InstructorsWhat a great teaching aid for teachers and demonstrators!
Posted: Tuesday at 4:02pm
Donation of "Tom's Tools" to JCCFSThe John C. Campbell Folk School now has its own set of Tom's Tools
Posted: Sunday Mar 30th, 1:55pm
SOLD!As of December 2012, the architectural part of the business has been sold
Posted: Sunday Feb 23rd, 11:48am
Learn to TurnTom teaches monthly classes at the Woodcraft store in Leesburg
Posted: Mon, May 06 2013, 5:47am
The Awesome John C. Campbell Folk SchoolTom will be teaching a natural edge bowl class in March 2014
Posted: Sat, Mar 02 2013, 6:55am