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During a three-day class, animal carver Leah Goddard taught the Charlotte Woodcarvers Club how to carve a panda. The first day was spent carving and texturing, the next day woodburning, and the final day painting and detailing. The class was very organized and moved along at a good pace. Some […]
The Tehachapi Mountain Carvers carved Betty Padden’s Noah’s Ark featured in Woodcarving Illustrated Spring 2016 (Issue 74). CLICK HERE to see more pictures and to read about their plans for the finished project.
Club celebrates the Luck o’ the Irish The Lancaster County Wood Carvers held its 44th annual Woodcarving and Wildlife Art Festival on March 18-19, 2017. The club welcomed 58 exhibitors and nearly 900 guests. As always, the exhibitors were a mixture of woodworkers, supply vendors, and artists who do wildlife-themed […]
Carvers learn funny faces from Dave Stetson Dave Stetson, a well-known author, teacher, and member of the Caricature Carvers of America, recently traveled from Arizona to visit the Charlotte Woodcarvers Club of Charlotte, N.C. Dave was a judge at the club’s annual Showcase of Woodcarvings in February. He also taught […]
Photo by Ken Hawrey Howard Hawrey transformed a generic kaleidoscope kit by Steve Brown into a replica of the Ponce Inslet Lighthouse located in Ponce Inlet, Fla. This past November (2016), Howard taught a class at Washington Oak Gardens State Park where eight of his students completed their own lighthouse kaleidoscopes. […]