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  1. Rocky Overlook

    "Rocky Overlook" This carving was done with a Dremel, and measures 9×39x3/4 inches. The wood is Aromatic Cedar, I chose the wood because of its imperfections (which give me the subject idea) It is finished with Polycrylic. This is a tall rocky cliff with a lighthouse overlooking clouds. There...
  2. A "rocker" for my grandson; my son owned a Harley at the time.

    I offered to build a cradle for the new baby, but my son asked for a rocker. So, I built him a rocker based on plans my wife found in an old issue of Popular Woodworking.
  3. Hackberry desktop

    13'4" long, 24" average width, and 2"thick. Book-matched set joined end to end with lots of biscuits, 1/2"thick q-sawn ash bow-ties and counter top clamps routered into the bottom. I chiseled out the bark inclusion in the crotches and filled them back in with rocks to make it look like a little...
  4. River Rock Box

    There are other LJ's that have been playing around with rock inlay. And I have been toying with how to do this nicely and still keep it simple. This box is for one of my eight daughters for her birthday. The rocks were collected during our last vacation in the redwoods in Northern California...
  5. Blogs
    "Art-Full Thinking....Thoughts" --by RusticWoodArt Art-Full Thinking….Thoughts I am writing this story today in order to give an example of gifts and the way we use them…..and how we encourage other's to use them. This story comes from a reply to a comment I started, and in reference to a...
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