We planted a curly willow in our front yard. It became a source of very interesting walking sticks. It is light when dry, and carves nicely. It can be used bark on […]
I am offering a mini-class at the Capitol Area Carvers of Wisconson show on October 28. It is based on this course: Maquoketa 2011 We took our second trip to […]
These are from a class with Cynde Quinn on creating a Garden Journal. We used water color, water color pencil and pen and ink. We met at an Agricultural Research […]
This is the first of a planned series of caricatures of authors and books characters.
This was from a one day excursion to the Wollersheim vineyard with Nancy Macgregor. I walked down to the middle of a vineyard to the north of the property […]
Spoon carving is an old tradition. Often it was a way in Northern Europe for gentlemen carvers to show affection to their ladies. These spoons are from a variety of […]