Ed Radcliffe from TurnEd
Ed is Manx born and bred. His interest and fascination with wood began at a young age. Woodturning allows him to design and create quality products for his customers, all produced on the Isle of Man. Ed uses locally sourced timber wherever possible.
Ed is now fortunate enough to be able to indulge his passion and life-long ambition of turning wood from its original form into individual and often unusual pieces of art. His creations evolve dynamically, as the wood he works with shows its character and consistency.
Ed’s original apprenticeship was in carpentry and joinery, and he was fortunate enough to learn traditional and intricate woodworking skills from a well reputed locally-based company. Since having his family, then retiring from his career, he now has the opportunity to realize his dream. Ed’s days at home on the Isle of Man are now frequently spent donning protective clothing and spending hours in his workshop - creating!
Ed is delighted, also, to be able to incorporate his love of photography into some of his wood-turned designs. Please take a look at his portfolio page on his website, showcasing Wood turned clocks with his own photographic art work.
Ed is currently able to ship to the Isle of Man and U.K.
If the website fuels your enthusiasm and you would like a bespoke piece, Ed may be able to take commissions dependent on size and type of work required. Please get in touch.
MostlyManx shop in Douglas has a selection of Ed's wooden bowls for sale