My carving wood is buried under lots of snow, therefore, it’s time to explore the world of snow carving. It’s fun! Middle of February is when the ‘good carving snow’ appears. Last week made a polar bear, then a penguin, … Continued
These hungry bears are working hard to reach their sweet spot; the bee hive! This was carved in an emerald ash borer killed 16 foot white ash stump at Ken Jackson Construction near Tiverton, Mother bear watches as her two … Continued
In early August I participated in the annual Sauble Beach Sandfest Sand Sculpturing Contest. I can now claim to be ‘award winning’ with my couch potato guy watching TV. It was a very physical day piling and compacting a LOT … Continued
The old King of Tiverton, in front of the King’s Pearl Pub & Eatery, is being retired for my newly carved King. This new Aragorn King is carved in a local cedar log and has appropriate King bling for all … Continued
This is a truly satisfied squirrel of Southampton. The property owner near the Southampton golf course was forced to remove a white ash due to the emerald ash borer damage. A portion of the tree trunk was used to carve … Continued
Custom Carving of a Pileated Wood Pecker (3ft tall) with internal mount.
Heritage Pole carving (15 ft tall) completed in a Port Elgin white ash stump. Blue jay (proper use of power), Beaver with chewing stick (work ethic, family protector), Bear holding Saugeen Shores sunset (elderly kinsmen, strength)Port Elgin
Wolf head carving completed in Southampton in a white ash stump.
This rabbit is now in our front yard showing to all the world our street number.
This unique gizmo that attaches to a angle grinder allows me to carve those tricky hard to reach places.