Marilyn Endres & Eucled Moore



  • Turquoise Songs

    Hand Segmented:
    Antique French Beads
    Australian Lace Wood, Wenge, African Mahogany, Burl Maple

    $3,800



  • Tall Shoowa Tribal Vessel

    Hand Segmented:
    Antique French Beads
    Australian Lace Wood, Wenge, African Mahogany, Burl Maple

    $3,600



  • Banded Bowl

    Hand Segmented:
    Antique French Beads
    Australian Lace Wood, Wenge, African Mahogany, Burl Maple

    $3,400



  • Collared Vessel

    Hand Segmented:
    Australian Lace Wood, Wenge, African Mahogany, Burl Maple

    $6,800



  • Apache Star

    Low Open Bowl
    Hand Segmented:
    Antique French Beads

    $3,600



  • Turquoise Turns

    Low Open Bowl
    Hand Segmented:
    Antique French Beads

    $3,600



  • Tall Neck Vessel

    Hand Segmented:
    Antique French Beads
    Australian Lace Wood, Wenge, African Mahogany, Burl Maple

    $3,600



  • Medium Spiral Open Basket

    Inspired from Antiquity
    Hand Segmented:
    Over 8,000 individual pieces of segmented wood: Curly Maple, Wenge, Burl Maple, African Mahogany, Lace Wood

    $5,800



  • Large Spiral Open Basket

    Inspired from Antiquity
    Hand Segmented:
    Over 9,000 individual pieces of segmented wood: Curly Maple, Wenge, Burl Maple, African Mahogany, Lace Wood

    $6,850



  • Wood Turned Low Neck Vessel

    Hand Segmented:
    Antique French Beads
    Curly Maple, Wenge, Ribboned Mahogany, Redwood Lace Burl

    $3,800



  • Large Olla

    Basket Design
    Over 12,000 individual pieces of segmented wood: Curly Maple, Wenge, Ribboned Mahogany, Redwood Lace Burl

    $8,500

Artist’s Bio

Eucled and Marilyn have been working with wood for over 26 years. Eucled began while living in Africa, where his father was a missionary. There was a woodshop at the mission where Eucled learned basic shop skills and turning from his father. Being the perfectionist that he is, he went on to refine the technique of segmented turning.

Marilyn learned basic woodworking skills by helping design and construct her house when she was 19. That was it! Then she knew she loved designing and creating in wood. Her turning skills began developing when she began making high-end kaleidoscopes which were marketed at fine craft galleries across the country.

Eucled and Marilyn began collaborating in 1989. It’s the first time either had a long term working relationship with another artist. Both find the partnership to be very creative and stimulating.



  • Native Stars

    Low Open Bowl
    Hand Segmented:
    Antique French Beads

    $3,600



  • Banded Bowl

    Hand Segmented:
    Antique French Beads
    Australian Lace Wood, Wenge, African Mahogany, Burl Maple

    $3,400



  • Collared Vessel

    Hand Segmented:
    Australian Lace Wood, Wenge, African Mahogany, Burl Maple

    $6,800



  • Apache Star

    Low Open Bowl
    Hand Segmented:
    Antique French Beads

    $3,600



  • Turquoise Turns

    Low Open Bowl
    Hand Segmented:
    Antique French Beads

    $3,600



  • Tall Neck Vessel

    Hand Segmented:
    Antique French Beads
    Australian Lace Wood, Wenge, African Mahogany, Burl Maple

    $3,600



  • Large Spiral Open Basket

    Inspired from Antiquity
    Hand Segmented:
    Over 9,000 individual pieces of segmented wood: Curly Maple, Wenge, Burl Maple, African Mahogany, Lace Wood

    $6,850



  • Wood Turned Low Neck Vessel

    Hand Segmented:
    Antique French Beads
    Curly Maple, Wenge, Ribboned Mahogany, Redwood Lace Burl

    $3,800



  • Large Olla

    Basket Design
    Over 12,000 individual pieces of segmented wood: Curly Maple, Wenge, Ribboned Mahogany, Redwood Lace Burl

    $8,500

Artist’s Bio

Eucled and Marilyn have been working with wood for over 26 years. Eucled began while living in Africa, where his father was a missionary. There was a woodshop at the mission where Eucled learned basic shop skills and turning from his father. Being the perfectionist that he is, he went on to refine the technique of segmented turning.

Marilyn learned basic woodworking skills by helping design and construct her house when she was 19. That was it! Then she knew she loved designing and creating in wood. Her turning skills began developing when she began making high-end kaleidoscopes which were marketed at fine craft galleries across the country.

Eucled and Marilyn began collaborating in 1989. It’s the first time either had a long term working relationship with another artist. Both find the partnership to be very creative and stimulating.
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