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Having enjoyed the early stages of cutting out the rough shape of the bear from the piece of lime wood, I am now attempting the more detailed carving work. Having had no previous experience of wood carving, I am basically … Continue reading
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Although my art background is in painting, I have always wanted to try woodcarving and other forms of sculpture. This is the first time I have seriously set about the task of carving an object so I was determined to … Continue reading
Reece Ingram developed his carving skills under the guidance of Peter Randall Page at Brighton Art College and his sculptures can now be found across Great Britain. He takes workshops, holds gallery exhibitions and residencies and has been awarded several … Continue reading
Robin Wood lives and works in East Lothian near Edinburgh, Scotland. He has always been interested in art and combines his natural talent with a background of working in conservation, woodland management and tree surgery. The main tool of his … Continue reading
It has been a long winter and we are still looking out at snow with Easter weekend approaching. The miserable weather certainly hasn’t helped in moving forward with plans to get our Ecoarts project going this year but there must be … Continue reading
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