Tag Archives: Wood carving

Sculpture of an owl landing on a tree stump

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The latest project to be completed at Ecoarts is a sculpture of an owl. A neglected tree stump at Frugaldom had been selected as an ideal place to site the sculpture. The idea was to make the owl appear to be landing on the … Continue reading

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Carved Bear nears completion

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After another couple of good sessions, my wood carving of a bear is almost complete. I am finding it quite similar to painting in respect of knowing when it is finished. Being my first attempt at carving, it is tempting … Continue reading

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Bear Carving – progress report

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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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The Animal Sculptures of Reece Ingram

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

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