Working on my sculpture for the Elora Sculpture Project. It’s an outstretched hand smashing through a cell phone with Instagram, tik tok and Facebook apps
Need for the Human Touch
This sculpture is now 70% done. It is a reaching hand that explodes out of a social media packed phone. The sculpture will be public installation for the summer in the Elora/Fergus area. When finished or will be around 5.5ft tall.
Hands on – get the snow shovel ready!
It’s snowed everyday for a week to a good pile of snow at the end of the driveway. This was great practice for my journey to learn how to carve hands.
The Cardinal Rule
This is beginning of a challenge to myself. I want to carve hands and their countless expressive positions. Very challenging to carve realistic hands. Love the challenge.
Finished all my 2022 Santas before our first snowfall. They are all going to merry homes for Christmas. Now, I’m moving forward with new carving projects.
Carved bear bugged by milkweed bugs
We’ve had a few warm days now in November, resulting in the large milkweed bugs congregating on the bear for warmth. Good luck with that!
Getting Stuffed food bank fundraiser
This year the Artist in the Wind, Bob Ross will be at our house to help raise funds for the foodbank between October 20 and October 31. It was challenging constructing Bob for this event!
Carving at the Tara Craftshow
Through the flying wood chips, sleet, rain and gusty winds, I did have fun carving at the Tara Craftshow for two days. Met a lot of great people.
It was a Mammoth Undertaking
The challenge was to restore the Tara, Ontario mammoth. The Mammoth had serious rot damage along the length of her back. Two days of back surgery with the assistance of Ken, brought this pachyderm back to her proud self.
Many Morel Mushrooms
A past customer from 15+ years ago requested these 4 morel mushrooms. In general, morel mushrooms hold such interesting patterns