Sculptures and Furniture by Paul Baliker

| October 17, 2010

These masterpieces are carved by Paul A. Baliker from Palm Coast, Florida, United States. Paul Baliker has been sculpting exclusively for 35 years. His sculptures can be seen in numerous public and corporate collections. His most amazing work, called “A Matter of Time”, is a wood sculpture that is 13 feet in diameter and features […]

Carvings by Brian McEneny

| October 16, 2010

These sculptures and wall hangings are carved by Brian McEneny from Seal Rock, Oregon, USA. Brian McEneny grew up in Southwest Washington. In the early 70s, he moved to the Oregon coast. There, he met and worked with a couple of carvers who were just starting to use chainsaws to carve wood. By the late […]

Woodcarvings by Plamen Dinkov

| October 5, 2010

These carvings are done by Plamen Dinkov ( Пламен Динков ) from Sofiya, Bulgaria. Plamen Dinkov was born on December 19, 1957 in Blagoevgrad. Since 1980 he lives and works in Sofiya. From 1977 onwards, he has been actively engaged in wood carving and fine woodworking. Parallel to the wood carving, he is professionally wrought […]

Sculptured furniture by David Delthon

| October 2, 2010

These furniture pieces are sculpted by David Delthon from Escalante, Utah, United States. David Delthon was born and raised in Baldwin, New York, USA. In 1965 – 1968 he studied Economics, Haverford College, Pennsylvania, USA. In 1970 – 1971 he Worked as an artist and cabinetmaker in New York, USA. In 1972 David moved to […]

Woodwork humour

| October 1, 2010

You know you’re a woodworker if/when: 1. You can’t look at a piece of furniture with out crawling under it to see how its built. 2. You can name all the parts on a hand plane (I get weird looks when I say I’m going out to get a replacement frog…) 3. after turning the […]