CLASSICS are carvings from an earlier time that have sentimental value in the carver’s collection. The Ear of Corn was carved around 1983 or 1984 from a Pine shelving board. It measures 13 inches tall and 4 and 1/2 inches wide and finished naturally with brushed on Deft. It was […]
Carving “LOU” the Cat was an exercise in carving outside the comfort zone. Woodcarving is a learn by doing process making every carving project a learning experience and a practice carving. Carving a project that is outside the carver’s comfort zone is especially a stretch in the learning process. The WOOD BEE CARVER is primarily […]
A “Merry Christmas” greeting in the form of a Whittle-Carved Santa ornament (6 ” x 4″ x 1/4″ ~ basswood). Whittle-Carved means carved using only knives to shape and detail the carving.