This piece is an unfinished experiment. I carved the black walnut dolphin last year and had it on a temporary base. Somebody gave me the mahogany dolphin cutout a few weeks ago and after I finished it I was wondering how to display them together. I was considering trying to relief carve some waves when . . . → Read More: Dolphins, an experiment
I spent most of the weekend doing yard work. Specifically, burning the remains of the fig and the wisteria that didn’t fare well over two or three years of drought. I also took down the garden fence, seeing as how we hadn’t actually cultivated a garden for a few years.
Removing the fence posts . . . → Read More: A couple of yard pictures
The Hundred Birds Project has occupied most of my limited carving time the last few months. But I’d go crazy if that’s all I carved. Last week I started working on this whimsical house (gnome home) in cottonwood bark, and I finally finished it Monday night. All told I probably have six or eight hours . . . → Read More: Gnome home