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Local artist carves new batch of moose antlers

Kasabonika Lake News
December 6, 2016

Local artist Edmus Anderson recently finished up a batch of moose antler carvings and they are ready to sell. Here are his photos below:

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This long necked stirring spoon, not being made from firewood, felt deserving of a softer look.

I carved this from a length of pine stripwood which made for a very smooth finish. 85 more words


"Nonoy Patricion and His Wood Carving"

Written by Kent Angelo Costales, B.S. in Chemical Engineering III.


Furniture making and wood carving are some of the artistic skills that filipinos possess. These skills are truly too difficult to master and require patience and years of practice. 1,156 more words

Electric Carving Knife Review - Carve with Confidence in 2016

This electric carving knife review will allow you to carve your holiday meal with confidence this year, no matter what you are serving your family & friends

“Mr. Joody Torrebillo: A Wood Carver of Our Generation” -A Tigbauanon Artist

Written by Aya Marie Somil, B.S. in Computer Science III.


One of the greatest forms of art known to mankind, wood carving has been around for thousands of years originating from Ancient Greece. 993 more words

Chavagnac's 'Entombment' in Notre Dame, Lampaul-Guimiliau

The Church of Notre Dame in Lampaul-Guimiliau has wonderfully elaborate and colourful altar pieces and religious statues but it was the Entombment and Descent from the Cross… 62 more words


Tagua Troubles

The Tagua is one tough nut, all puns intended. I’ve never tried them, but I’ve always wanted to because I absolutely will not work with ivory unless a client hands it to me for commission. 155 more words