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 hungry guy is right beside the red winged blackbirds. He’s holding an actual black walnut nut.
It was crazy windy and stormy out today. Got a half day of carving in. Worked on the wings and chrysalis’. Feeling good about it indeed.
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!
Here’s a newspaper clip from the Shoreline Beacon for the Saugeen Shores.
Just finished carving two buffalo heads into a multi stump of maple. Challenging, but fun.
Packed and ready to go to the Southampton Art on the Fence tomorrow; August 6. Come and check out painters, wood workers and me! Down town by the flag pole.
This bear is enjoying an excellent book of children poetry written by Judith Buxton and illustrated by Peter Storck.
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.