This was not an ordinary boat that one could forget.
What to hit with: Mallets!
This eagle is barely eleven inches wide, not my smallest, but diminutive none the less. It's a good miniature project for a woodcarver. Pine is great wood, but fine detail in small sizes are not its strong suit. Would this pop out at you in cherry, plum or box? Sure, but my objective was to do …
Lots of carvers have shop cats. They rule the shop from on high.
Just a short post today. The three photos I've chosen for this post Illustrate a point: you have to look up to see the unexpected bits of art and craft that surround you. Our first carving is on Bearskin Neck in Rockport. Just a tiny little head carved on a gable end. The second is …
Sometimes you have to be careful with debt collection methods.
completion of projects in a crafts shop can be an elastic phenomenon