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  1. Mesquite Carved Ribbon Sculpture

    "RIBBON DANCER" as it's called is one of our newest creations. Made from mesquite, this sculpture is still a mystery to me on how Scott made it. I watched him from start to finish and still don't know how it's done. First mesquite was glued up in a large block in a few stages using the vacuum...
  2. Juniper Canyon Carved Vessel

    This commisioned piece was made out of forest reclaimed juniper from out mountains here in NM. It was approximately 20" T x 18" L x 7" W. It was created first with a chainsaw and then grinders were used to finish the shaping. Turquoise was inlayed into the natural cracks and voids. This piece...
  3. Trophy

    Hi all, I turned this trophy made of cedar and bloodwood from a raffle. It was challenging to get a stable piece with a very light wood like cedar used on the base. The finish is a bit different that my regular lathe-based finish: sand the piece to 600 grid sanding sealer (2 coats)...
  4. "Entangled" 6ft Elm Sculpture

    "Entangled" is a sculptured that was carved from an Elm log. It stands about 6ft tall with a diameter of 22". It looks like two entities are entangled end to end. You can see a round part at either end of the sculpture with the bodies encircling the sculpture. Scott was careful to not carve...
  5. Woodcarving
    Hello! I tried to search for this topic for a bit but couldn't find what I was looking for exactly. I carve rocking horses, with lots of small curves but also a few flat surfaces. My demand for them has been picking up a little, and I need to finish them faster. I think most of my time is spent...
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