Posted By admin on November 10, 2009
These wonderful pieces of carved furniture has been made by Lemihov Eugene from Nakhodka, Primorsky Krai, Russia.
He was born in Sakhalin.
He mastered all kinds of carving and stopped on manufacturing of carved furniture.
More of his work can be seen here: www.reznoe.ru
Posted By admin on November 8, 2009
These pet portraits in the technology called intarsia are made by Janette Square from Eugene, Oregon, US.
Janette Square is an accomplished, internationally recognized intarsia artist who has received several awards on art shows.
Very many more of her works can be seen on her website: square-designs.com
Posted By admin on November 6, 2009
These marquetry art pieces are made by Pat Steval from Leeds , United Kingdom .
Pat Steval is a member of “Leeds Marquetry Group” which awards annually “The Seaton Cup” to the best piece of work from the group members .
He is the multiple winner of this Cup.
Posted By admin on November 5, 2009
You know you’re a woodworker if/when:
1. You come home from work and the kids find you still in a suit and tie in front of the workbench covered in shavings a half an hour later.
2. You shop for a new car based on the amount of wood it can carry, not on the gas mileage it gets.
3. Christmas time is time to make toys and gifts to give… hoping only to receive new tools (to make more gifts next year!).
4. You go to bed at night and find your safety glasses still pearched on your forehead, your tape on your belt and the pencil you lost hiding behind your ear.
5. You spend $500 on wood and new tools to complete a project for your wife that you could have just bought for $75 at the local furniture store.
6. Your honey would rather you wore gloves to bed than to allow you to touch her with your scratchy rough hands!
Thats it for tonite… gotta go get the kids to bed and find some soft gloves.
Posted By admin on November 3, 2009
Those incredible works of art from beautiful woods are made by Scott and Stephanie Shangraw from Zuni Mountains in the northwestern part of New Mexico.
Much more of their beautiful works of art can be seen on their website : shangrilawoodworks.com
“Tidal Wave” juniper carved vessel
Juniper Horse Desk