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Archive - 2013 07

Carving is an adaptive process

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Mark Baker

25 July 2013

There are many instances where I fall foul of or walk blindly in something due to a lack of knowledge. Experience is an amazing thing, once we have done something and everything about that event and situation is stored. OK, over time it may become a bit more fuzzy and our recollection is not as good ...

Stop over for The Tool Show!...

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Simon Frost

19 July 2013

Good afternoon, and what a beautiful one it is! It seems that summer – a real summer – is finally upon us. Here in Lewes, the town is abuzz in anticipation for ‘The Gentlemen of the Road Stopover’ – a festival starting today, curated and headlined by famous tweed waistcoat wearers Mumford & Sons ...

All about perception...

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Mark Baker

9 July 2013

Perception is, and always has been, a very strange thing indeed. It is a personal and highly subjective viewpoint that is made up from various experiences and is highly coloured by the same. I hear many comments and take part in too many conversations to count but I often hear comments like: “If onl ...

Next stop, Norburyville

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Simon Frost

1 July 2013

The July/August issue of Woodcarving is now available, I hope you’ve all got your copies and are enjoying the projects and features. You may have noticed that the cover erroneously says ‘Fish carver Bob Guge’, when of course it should say ‘Josh Guge’ – unfortunately, every now and then, we’re too la ...

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