Recently carved this Nascar bear for a customer 🏁🏎️🏁🏎️
I’ll be chainsaw carving and selling small carvings at the first ever Maplefest in Port Elgin on Saturday March 24. It will be a day of the sweet, sweet sound of chainsaws along with the munching of maple syrup goodies and … Continued
It’s January and it’s plus 8 Celsius! Took out a chunk of white ash that fell to the evil EAB and did my first carving of 2018. Felt good giving my battery operated chainsaw a solid workout. I rediscovered my … Continued
This was a challenge for two reasons; 1/ the tree was three stumps that separated about 2 feet above the ground and 2/ I wanted a realistic sculpture of a snapping turtle that only a mother snapping turtle could love.😘:-)
I’m finally carving at Fairy Lake in Southampton. I’m tackling the biggest stump first, a monarch butterfly feeding on a milkweed flower. Chrysalis’ hang on the leaves. Much still to do. Muscles getting a good work out!
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
Recently finished a great one week long totem carving course, at the Haliburton School of the Arts. This course was with no chainsaws, just sharp chisels. Wayne Hill, the key instructor was great in showing the nuances of carving the Haida … Continued