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Dream Boats

Dream Boats

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Dream Boats Dream Boats, A vessel is a watercraft of a huge scope of types and sizes. Yet for the most part littler than a ship, which is recognized. By its bigger size, shape, load or traveler limit, or its capacity to convey pontoons. Little pontoons are ordinarily found on inland conduits. For example, streams and lakes, or in ensured beach front zones. What makes a vessel unique in relation to a ship is, obviously. Its littler size, and lesser conveying limit contrasted with the last mentioned. The distinction between a ship and a pontoon is constantly an intriguing issue of conversation among individuals. What an extraordinary day to go sailing. Yet, before we head out on the water. we have to gain proficiency with a portion of the particular terms. That are utili...
Bob King’s Chainsaw Carving Workings

Bob King’s Chainsaw Carving Workings

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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...
Rob Heard’s Bough Houses Workings

Rob Heard’s Bough Houses Workings

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Rob Heard's Bough Houses Workings. Rob Heard has produced a captivating set of ‘Bough Houses’ made of. His houses are around 6 feet tall, each with detailed walkways and a huge variety of delicately designed components. Check Rob Heard’s site here. About Rob Heard I began my career working with wood, making elaborate wooden playground equipment, pirate ships and tree houses for children. After injuring my wrist. I scaled down the size of my creations, producing a series of unique Bough House sculptures. Which were adored by both adults and children and shipped all over the world. In 2013 a serious accident In 2013 a serious accident left me with limited mobility and continuous pain in my right arm. A very dark chapter ensued as I contemplated how I would be able to continue art...
Sergei Bobkov’s Wood Chip Sculptures Portfolios

Sergei Bobkov’s Wood Chip Sculptures Portfolios

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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...
James McNabb’s Urban Landscapes

James McNabb’s Urban Landscapes

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Urban Landscapes James McNabb's Urban Landscapes. James McNabb produces one of a kind cityscape-inspired wood sculptures that explore the limitless possibilities of the urban landscape and our human relationship to it. Traditional woodworking techniques are combined with experimental mark making to create new visions of the urban landscape. See more at James’s site here. James McNabb's The Studio McNabb's studio is located in a converted U.S. Post Office building in the Mt. Airy neighborhood of Philadelphia. A collection of cityscape inspired sculptures that explore sociological concepts regarding transformations of cities and urban landscapes. Their beauty, uniqueness, and over-development. James McNabb uses discarded pieces of wood to create sculptures, some with very unique an...