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Archive - 2013 09

The light bulb moment...

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Mark Baker

24 September 2013

Carving is a strange thing for people to want to do. Woodworking general is reported to be on the decline, but groups are on the increase. With many people belonging to more than one group, or not belonging to any club at all, the problem of identifying how many people carve is problematic to say th ...

Friday 20 September 2013

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Simon Frost

20 September 2013

I’m going to keep it brief this week. We’ve just finished work on the next issue of Carving, and I’m all carved out for the week. So instead of a big update from me, I’m going to send you in the direction of Aron Demetz – he does some amazing things with wood, have a gander here. Enjoy your weekend. ...

Fear - help or hindrance?

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Mark Baker

10 September 2013

Carving is such an interesting discipline of woodworking. It is, I think, the discipline that has much more scope for experimentation and diversity than any other form of woodworking I can think of. So much so that cabinetry, carpentry, turning and suchlike may well also have carved elements to them ...

Going global

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Simon Frost

6 September 2013

Well into work on Issue 135 of Carving, I’m reminded that carving really is a global community – in the next issue we feature a traditional Tibetan carver, a fantastic young French carver, a look at this year’s International Woodcarvers Congress in the US, as well as a host of UK talent. If you’ve g ...

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