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Making and mixing media for fun.

A little jam spoon I carved about a month ago.  My baby grandson Mason at the Melbourne Museum and some left over stained and painted paper made into minute boxes with some fish cutouts from a found book.  As usual just playing.


The Maple Kuksa

My father hikes his woods everyday, with his two dogs.  I,  being in need of some burls, to give a go, at some bowls, or a kuksa or two asked him to keep his eyes peeled.  381 more words


A Walk in the Park

I’ve been dragging myself out of bed recently, rather than springing into action with eagerness. Whether it’s the time of year, a lack of motivation or just a natural tendency to idleness I’m not quite sure. 469 more words

Bird Watching

Vintage Carved Whale Bookends

Handmade gifts can be tricky. If the finished product isn’t gift-worthy, not only will you embarrass yourself, but you’ll also put the recipient in the awkward position of feeling obligated to accept it, whether they want it or not. 1,063 more words


New project and getting back to my roots

I am going back to my roots. As you might know, my work first started back in the late 80’s using wood as a medium, in many instances making three dimensional paintings using a router and other carving tools to give depth to my work. 147 more words

Wood Carving

Carving a Norse Antiquity

While I wait for my Christmas tree to dry out, I thought I would post one of my earliest projects.

This Viking is the first completed carving that I’m actually proud of. 1,050 more words