Made in Connecticut: Litchfield man turns wood into works of art

One Connecticut man has turned a hobby into a passion after buying a used lathe at an auction. He spins up everything from wooden sculptures to dinnerware.

News 12 Staff

Jan 24, 2023, 11:26 AM

Updated 517 days ago

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In this week's Made in Connecticut, News 12's Rebecca Surran introduces us to retired chemist Richard Heys of Litchfield who has found a second act in woodturning.
Heyes says he turned the hobby into a passion after buying a used lathe at an auction. He spins up everything from sculptures to dinnerware.  


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