Chip carved clocks, anniversary plates, jewellery boxes and more.
A multi-media artist who expresses her ideas and life experiences
through wood carving, textiles and photography.
Authentic wood carvings of songbirds and other wildfowl reflect
John's keen love of nature. The intricate feathering, subtle shading,
and artistic mounts have captured top awards for his art at national and
international competitions. John's work is displayed at Wood's End
Studio in southern Muskoka.
Wayne Hill is a lifelong woodcarver who has carved over 300 totem poles
and masks in the West Coast style. The recipient of many awards, Wayne
is the author of Carve Your Own Totem Pole.
Inspired by the beauty of the forest, Brian Markham finds the work of
art within the wood. As burls, local and exotic woods are turned on his
lathe, the natural colour and grain are revealed for each unique
creation. He designs handcrafted bowls, platters and hollow vessels to
grace your table or add to your collection of natural art.
from highly detailed pieces which accurately portray songbirds, birds of
prey and waterfowl, to more whimsical, stylized works which suggest
rather than capture an exact likeness.
A passion for the past inspires Andrea to carve birds, animals and
objects. Inspiration is drawn from many sources such as nature or 18th
and 19th century folk art. Often her carvings incorporate antique or
found items. Mixing the old with new ideas is an interesting challenge
and allows Andrea to use her imagination and sense of humour.
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