Archive for the ‘Carving Friends’ Category

15
Oct

WHITTLING JIM HECKER ~ Flat Plane Carvings

   Posted by: woodbeecarver

The “Shorties” above are two and half-inch tall creations of Whittling Jim Hecker.  Jim is a carving friend who lives in Elk River, MN.  We first met at the International Congress of Woodcarving in 2009 and have maintain mutual friendship through emails, Facebook, two more meeting at International Congress and a couple of times in conjunction with the Dayton Artistry in Wood show.

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26
Apr

CARVING BIKER DUDES by Don Worley

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Don Worley announces the availability of his newly published book “Carving Biker Dudes” selling for $18 and will be available through classes he will teach in Taylor Mills, KY (May 4 and 5) ~ Wilmot, OH (June 1 and 20) ~ Buckeye Roundup, Fletcher, OH (July 25 through 28) or by ordering directly from Worley by contacting him by email~ deworley429@gmail.com

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17
Apr

CARICATURE FACE STUDY

   Posted by: woodbeecarver

                         

Don Worley carves very unique caricature faces that are good study faces.  He calls these magnet face carvings “Biker Dudes,” who were introduced in an earlier posting: “Carving Biker Dudes by Don Worley”.  The next two photos are of more of Worley’s creations for study and to see them in person ~ Don will have them available at the Dayton Artistry in Wood Show, October 13 and 14, 2018 at the Roberts Centre, Wilmington, OH.

            

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 »

28
Jun

CLIFFORD J. REEDER ~ In Memory

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CLIFFORD J. REEDER 6/26/21 ~ 6/26/17

Cliff Reeder was a good carving friend to many woodcarvers in the Cincinnati, Ohio area being a long-time member of the Cincinnati Carvers Guild.  It was at a Cincinnati Carving show in the mid 1980’s that our mutual friendship developed and it is with deep respect and appreciation to remember Cliff who ended his life’s journey on his ninety sixth birthday. In his twilight years, he dedicated his carving activities to carving Eagle Canes for wounded veterans as is beautifully highlighted by clicking on Clifford J. Reeder. (Long Memories, LLC) Read the rest of this entry »

4
Aug

FULL MOON ~ Simple Beauty in Art

   Posted by: woodbeecarver

                                                     Mieczyslaw Wojtkowski FULL MOON

Art and music are the universal language spoken without words and yet understood with a sense of wonder and needs no interpretation.  Such was the case when the WOOD BEE CARVER first viewed a photograph of a bas relief carving entitled “FULL MOON” and carved by an artist from Poland, Mieczyslaw Wojtkowski. Click on his name to go to his blog to be amazed at an array of beauty in a variety of sculpture art including relief, in the round and chain saw works of art. An award winning artist whose art speaks to all languages without translation even though his blog can be translated from his native Polish into the reader’s language. Read the rest of this entry »

2
Aug

DALE KIRKPATRICK ~ Carving Friend

   Posted by: woodbeecarver

                                dale kirkpatrick

Dale Kirkpatrick is a very talented carver who takes on challenging projects in order to challenge himself to do his best while improving as he does so.  He carves a variety of subjects and may be best known for carving wooden thread spools. Read the rest of this entry »

27
Jan

ED REDWINE ~ Carving Friend

   Posted by: woodbeecarver

ed redwine santa heads  ed redwine chip

Some of the best friends we woodcarvers discover are those within the carving community who carve interesting and eye catching creations that brings a kindred appreciation to the carver who exercised their creative endeavors. Recently Ed Redwine became a friend on the social network of Facebook in that the Wood Bee Carver was intrigued with a couple of photographs of Ed’s carving activity pictured above. Read the rest of this entry »