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Tool making

Well hello to all of you who stop by here to see what is happening in my shop. In the morning we were out rounding up some parts from the home improvement stores. 294 more words

Art

Ronald Moody - Johanaan 1936

Ronald Moody was born in Jamaica, and moved to Britain during 1923. He trained and worked as a Dentist, when he decided to become a sculptor. 131 more words

Art

Eagle Flute Ground-work

So with it being a Monday, I thought it might be time for an up date on how the “eagle flute” is moving along.

As you remember the aromatic ceder wood had a split that occurred when the flute was either transported or as the wood dried it just checked. 153 more words

Art

Alder Spoon, Cattails, and Snow

My daughter asked me If I would make her a spoon.     I have carved her a spoon before,  in my earlier days of carving.    I’m thinking she would like an upgrade.    288 more words

What's on my plate? Branch flutes

I have a full plate of flutes with the four little branch flutes I’m working with.

They are a delight to work with. Always I enjoy helping tree branches become unique flutes. 404 more words

Musical Instruments

Barb Godwin - The Art of Fire

Barb Godwin – The Art of Pyrography

Born in Texas, I have always had a love of all things “wild” and expansive.  I have enjoyed nature in all of its forms and my avenues for enjoying it have been through extensive travels.   353 more words

Gravedigger's Wood Carvings

Photo: Andrew Edlin Gallery
Part-time gravedigger John Byam’s carvings of hands, as seen in a New York gallery.

Artists often have to support themselves with non-art jobs. 369 more words