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Bob King’s Chainsaw Carving Workings

Bob King’s Chainsaw Carving Workings

Carving, Featured
Bob King's Chainsaw Carving Workings. Chainsaw carving is a very dangerous craft, and yet, Bob King could make fascinating carvings through that method. He competes in many chainsaw sculpting competitions locally in Washington state, and overseas. See what else this professional carver can do at his site here. Chainsaw Carving Workings About Bob King Since I was a kid I have been using a chainsaw to help my dad cut firewood to help heat our home. Later, I continued this for my own family. As time went on I found myself drawn to this thing called chainsaw carving by some of the local artists who displayed their bears and stuff at the local fairgrounds. A friend of mine whom I worked with offered to give me a cedar log to try this new thing out on. I accepted the offer and there it s...
Joshua Abarbanel’s Coral Reefs Workings

Joshua Abarbanel’s Coral Reefs Workings

Carving, Featured
Coral Reefs Workings. Joshua Abarbanel’s 3D sculptures are comprised. That are carefully arranged and layered to create a composition similar to a coral reef. With the help of modern tools and machinery, he creates these beautiful sculptures to remind us of the need to take care of the natural beauty of our oceans. Check Joshua Abarbanel’s site here. Coral Reefs Workings Joshua Abarbanel is an artist who examines creation and impermanence, regularly using forms and patterns. His sculptures and other projects are visual metaphors for archetypal relationships between people, between individuals and communities, and between humankind and the planet, and also illustrate how disparate parts can come together to make a whole in beautiful and startling ways. The polyps belong to a gr...
Sergei Bobkov’s Wood Chip Sculptures Portfolios

Sergei Bobkov’s Wood Chip Sculptures Portfolios

Carving, Featured
53-year-old Sergei Bobkov has patented a unique technique of creating amazing sculptures out of Siberian Cedar wood-chips. "It's not very interesting to do what others can. To create something out of nothing in a completely new way is far more inspiring." This is how Sergei Bobkov explains the unique form of art that he created. He says many people compare his artworks to taxidermy, because they both look so much like the animals they replicate, but Sergei believes they are as different as light and darkness. Whereas taxidermy is all about death, his wood-chip art symbolizes life. This resident of Kozhany, Russia has developed his very own technique that prevents wood-chips from falling apart in time. After creating about 100-150 chips from 2-3 inch long cedar sticks, he puts them in wa...