Archive for the ‘General’ Category

23
Sep

CARVING BIKER DUDES by Don Worley

   Posted by: woodbeecarver

            

Don Worley, the creator of No-See-Ums has created another fun and addictive carving project called “Biker Dudes.” Read the rest of this entry »

22
Jul

OHIO BUCKEYE ROUND UP

   Posted by: woodbeecarver

The WOOD BEE CARVER was one of the instructors at the Ohio Buckeye Round Up at Poor Farmer’s Camp Ground, Fletcher, OH July 19–22. The first four photos below are of a Round Up Friendship Cane segment carved by Mertz.  The second group of four photos are a carving done by Mertz during the Round Up and given to David Neff of Philippi, WV who donated mahogany wood to any carver present who wanted to try carving this specialty wood. (Thank you David.) Read the rest of this entry »

24
Dec

MERRY CHRISTMAS

   Posted by: woodbeecarver

                         MOTHER AND CHILD

26
Dec

MERRY CHRISTMAS

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                          ANGEL

A CARVED WOODEN ANGEL HERALDS THE JOY OF CHRISTMAS WITH THE HOPE AND PEACE OF LOVE AS FAMILY AND FRIENDS CELEBRATE AGAIN THE GIFT OF CHRISTMAS
~DON AND FRANCES

 

11
Jan

VARIETY OF GIFTS

   Posted by: woodbeecarver

Hello Kitty              Hello Kitty               Hello KittyTrainTrainTrainTrain

Hello Kitty and Train were gifts carved for each grandchild and the Snowmen were carved for my wife Frances.  She gave me a carving of an Old Man that was carved by good friend Bob Biermann and Rich Smithson of Helvie Knives was commissioned to create the Anniversary Knife. (Click on each photo to enlarge) Read the rest of this entry »

15
Nov

MISSING CARVING

   Posted by: woodbeecarver

Sequoia Sequoia

Janet  Denton Cordell, master carver of Arkansas, has had her personal Hitty doll stolen while she was at the Dayton Woodcarving Show November 9, 2013.  This wooden doll is hand carved of ash with a wooden heart on her chest.  She is approximately 6” tall and has painted hair and face.  Her face is distinctive because of the growth rings only on one side of her face.  Here is the link to Janet’s website showing pictures of the doll:  http://www.janetcordell.com/sequoia.html

Any help in finding this doll and returning her to Janet is greatly appreciated.  Please feel free to spread the word to other woodcarving clubs and friends.  The doll can be returned/mailed to Janet at her address on her website with no questions asked.

25
Dec

CHRISTMAS 2012

   Posted by: woodbeecarver

22
Dec

MERRY CHRISTMAS – 2011

   Posted by: woodbeecarver