This year I’ll be for certain at two art events. 1/ Shoreline Artist Tour – July 8 and 9 (10:00am to 4:00pm) – I’ll be showing my studio wooden sculptures (outside our home), Love to see you and chat about … Continued
Diversifying my range of animals to carve. Currently practicing in modeling clay the knife (eventual chainsaw) cuts to make foxes. Good fun while waiting for the last puff of winter to pass through.
My throttle finger for the carving saw is getting twitchy. What am I looking forward to trying this spring? Plan to do some serious carving with a battery operated saw. Stay tuned. My log pile is ready to go.
In our brand new backyard we had one cedar badly leaning into the neighbours yard after all the construction in our yard. Sadly it had to come down. The tree base became a rough carved owl. In the spring I’ll … Continued
It’s been a long time since I have been active on CanCarve.com, however, big things have happened. The business has moved from the Kawartha Lakes area of the province to the western side of Ontario by the beautiful Lake Huron … Continued
Carving apples in basswood, cedar and poplar for the Toronto Cider Festival on September 26. See you there. Got to get back to carvin’! CanCarve.com
Current temp is 31C. Wow, my ambition to make wood chips has got up and gone. Once it cools, the carving saw shall start up. Stay cool.
That’s right, it’s time again for the world famous Dorset Snowball Festival on Feb 20/ 21, 2015 in Dorset, Ontario. I’ll be there again this year, ready to carve blocks of wood into owls and bears. Hope to see you … Continued
During these great days of summer enjoy Canada wherever you maybe in this great country.