Pyrography from USA

| June 20, 2010

These pyrography masterpieces are done by Dumitru Muradian from San Francisco Bay Area, California, United States of America. Dumitru Muradian was born in Romania in 1953. He escape from Romania in 1983, and after spending five months in a refugee camp in Austria, he eventually achieved his life-long dream to live in the U.S.A. Dumitru […]

Woodwork humour

| June 16, 2010

You know you’re a woodworker if/when: 1. You go in to the lumberyard to get a few bf of oak for a project and walk out with your oak, and a mahogany plank, and a purpleheart turning square they had, and a nice looking chunk of basswood you saw, and……….. 2. Your wife starts a […]

Woodcarvings from Ukraine

| June 15, 2010

These gifts and souvenirs are carved by Victor Kaut A. ( Виктор Каут Анатольевич ) from Lugansk ( former Voroshilovgrad ), Ukraine. After graduating from art school in class of painting he painted, had experience with the art casting and worked as an engraver. Now he is professionally engaged in the bulk wood carving. Victor […]

Mixed-media sculptures from Canada

| June 13, 2010

These sculptures are made by Jamie Brick from Perth Road Village, Ontario, Canada. Jamie started with wood carving but now sculpts in mixed media. He works from life-casts and incorporates elements of nature, such as drift wood and old cedar roots, into his sculptures to create truly unique and beautiful work. Carefully crafted, slightly disconcerting […]

Period furniture from Tennessee

| June 6, 2010

These museum quality custom furniture pieces are made by Alfred Sharp from Woodbury, Tennessee, USA. Alfred Sharp is The recipient of the 2008 Cartouche Award from the Society of American Period Furnituremakers  (SAPFM) . He have done both furniture and architectural work for The Hermitage, Andrew Jackson’s home, for the Tennessee State Capitol building, and […]