Tag Archives: Statues And Carvings

How you get wood to carve!

You have people come in and trim your trees! Of course getting wood to carve wasn’t the main reason, but what the heck it is a great side benefit. Real story is we had some branches that our electric and … Continue reading

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Sam Bass Sept 2015

Another carving finished. This was a fun piece to do. This is small only 2 1/2 feet tall.

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Troll – Aug 2015

I just realized I never put a picture of the finished toll on the webpage.  He’s been complete for some time now.

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Sedro-Woolley – June 21st

The morning of our last day of vacation in the Northwest was spent in touring Sedro-Woolley.   We were there to view the collection of carvings created over the years at the LoggeRodeo.  At the rodeo you can watch artist do … Continue reading

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Carvers Work Shop – June 17th

After doing the 11K Volksmarch with the AVA Walking Convention in Eugene, OR we headed straight west to the Pacific Coast Highway (HWY 101) and began sightseeing. Most of the spots are listed over on another blog under HWY 101 … Continue reading

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Troll – Sept 2014

 

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Red Headed Roadrunner/Turkey?

Originally carved in 2007. Repainted in 2014

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