Practicing in clay for a multiple stump carving. A buffalo head is an impressive thing indeed.
These two bears LOVE to read, especially those Winnie the Pooh adventures. It was fun carving these two.
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.
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.
Terry Fox is such an inspirational Canadian icon for the fight to beat cancer. I was asked to carve a facsimile of Terry Fox in a white pine stump at the front of the Country Gables B&B near Havelock. Doug … Continued
Last week was great for carving. The temperature was perfect, the humidity was low and the sun was shining! Completed a custom chainsaw carving at the home of Kim and Don in Port Hope, ON. The black locust tree stump … Continued
Last summer – 2013, I carved two owls in stumps located at a property in Southampton, Ontario. One owl is in the backyard and one owl meets all who come into the driveway. The house number has been carved into … Continued
The Fraser Totem pole is a truly family focused design. The 12 foot – 12″ X 12″ cedar beam came from a century old barn that was removed to construct their custom home. It was covered to focus on the … Continued