Monthly Archives: November 2017

Bent Bowl

I’m the guy that orders vanilla ice cream at Baskin Robbins, so you can imagine how wild I felt carving this asymmetrical bowl.  The silver maple log flared out wider at one end and also had a slight twist.  Going with … Continue reading

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Learning from Lettering

Every project is another opportunity to learn, and I’ve learned a lot while lettering.  Carving this large box elder, a.k.a. ash-leaved maple, board (30 5/8″ x 12 1/4″ x 1″), just finished, reminded me of some of the differences between … Continue reading

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A Walk Among the Leaves

I woke early this morning to the light rumble of distant thunder and the tap of raindrops on the window sill.  As I ate my oatmeal, the rain softened and the woods beckoned.  Few moments are as peaceful as a … Continue reading

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Mark the Calendar

A little follow up to my most recent post:  Peter Follansbee announced the dates for Greenwood Fest 2018 on his blog today.  The Pre-Fest and the Fest will be June 5-10.  I can smell the pines already.  Check out Peter’s … Continue reading

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