Wood Carving RSS Feeds
About Site - Beginners Carving Corner and Beyond was started by Thomas Perrin and Tom Hindes. After several years of blog authoring, Thomas Perrin passed away, and Tom Hindes decided to continue the blog as Thomas Perrin would have wanted. Thomas Perrin was a wood carver, and a true and helpful friend to anyone interested in wood carving. His willingness to help was his hallmark.
Site - tributesinwood.com
About Site - Wood Carvings by Mark Sheridan. I've been carving since I was a boy and completed a few pieces over the years when the kids were growing up and I was early in my career. My recent carvings have mostly been caricature carvings although I've also completed a couple of bark carvings.
About Site - I started carving in late autumn of 2010, the year I moved to Canada. The whole idea was caused by a simple warning from my girlfriend that winters in PEI are boring. I am always happy to take a part in carving at various shows and events to promote both my work and wood carving as a hobby.
Site - marymaycarving.com/blog
About Site - I have been a professional woodcarver since 1988. I specialize in classical European styles of carving and teach period furniture carving and architectural carving.
About Site - Welcome. I hope that this website may have something to offer you, whether you are interested in making some things yourself, learning about the process, or purchasing something that I have made.
About Site - A blog by a Bristol UK based woodcarver, with current woodcarving and other projects that I'm involved in, my courses and youth work, and lots more.
Site - sdwoodcarvers.blogspot.com
About Site - South Dakota Woodcarvers, Inc. is a non-profit organization incorporated in the State of South Dakota for the purpose of preserving and expanding the fine art of woodcarving.
Lewes, United Kingdom
About Site - The Woodworkers Institute brings you latest news and equipment tests, projects and techniques plus blogs and an active community of woodworkers all from the home of the UKs best Woodworking magazines
Site - mychipcarving.com/blog
Garden City, MN USA
About Site - Chip carving instruction is provided with monthly online video lessons. Monthly patterns are provided as is a monthly E-letter, full of inspiration and encouragement to keep you moving forward with your chip carving.
About Site - Dave Ahrendt has started wood carving again. Here he is shown teaching his daughter Michaela Ahrendt how to rough-out carvings using various tools.
About Site - Nic set up his forge 18 years ago making decorative ironwork. Blacksmith Nic Westermann forged wood carving tools, ie axes, gouges, knives. adzes, drawknives etc
Site - billyslittlebench.com
About Site - I am a woodworker, sign maker, father, youtuber, I build things, I'm good at fixing things, I read lots of books, watch lots of movies, drink beer and whiskey.
About Site - This 4-session course will teach students the basics of woodcarving. By carving a simple relief design, students learn tool use, tool sharpening, and skills needed to carve more complex projects of their own.
Site - gregdmiller.blogspot.com
About Site - A multi-skilled person, my diverse working life has two common threads running through it – a passion for working with people, and a passion for working with wood. Since January 2009, I have returned to the making of custom furniture and joinery and my passion for teaching traditional hand skills.
Site - carverdalecreations.com
About Site - My name is Dale Kirkpatrick. I’ve lived in the Pittsburgh area since 1967. I’ve considered woodcarving my hobby for over 35 years. I’ve taken many classes to study realistic human and caricature subjects. I’m a member of The National Woodcarvers Association, Chisels and Chips.
About Site - The William Rush Woodcarving Club, a chapter of the National Woodcarving Association, was organized in January 1977 be a small group of people interested in wood carving. It has grown to approimately eighty whittlers and carvers in Southeastern Pennsylvania, Including Philadelphia.
Site - seanhellman.blogspot.com
About Site - Sean Hellman green woodwork blog on carving fan birds, kuksa carving, pole lathe turning, spoon carving and other aspects of traditional wood work. Tuition in woodwork in Devon and tools for sale.
About Site - Janice has been a bird carver since 2002. She carves basswood with knives and tupelo with power tools. Her favorite is which ever wood she has in her hands at the moment.
Site - theoldstump.blogspot.com
About Site - My goal with this blog is to share my ideas, insights, and personal carving adventures with you. I hope that your visits here will be interesting, enlightening and maybe a little entertaining. Now get those tools sharp and let make some chips.
About Site - Woodcarving courses run by Dan Bendel with pictures of students work in progress, past and present Commissions made by Dan and Pictures of ongoing art projects by Dan.
Site - shelleyfolkart.typepad.com
Ithaca, New York
About Site - Mary Michael Shelley writes about how she creates her carved and painted American Folk Art pictures of diners, farms and Americana themes.
About Site - Welcome to my website where I explore the wonderful world of wood carving. Learn with me about carving techniques, different types of wood used for carving, carving tools and their maintenance.
About Site - I have been a woodcarver for the past 25 years. I first studied with sculptor/artist George Hanover for 15 years until he retired. I love working in many styles and with a variety of woods and each present a unique challenge to create something beautiful that also enhances the inner beauty of the wood itself. I teach woodcarving to students of all ages in my home studio and in schools.