We got a plethora of submissions from customers showing of their work since early June. We threw in a couple of milling jobs we had done as well. Enjoy
- Matt Dolmage mdolmage(at)uvic.ca
- LeRoy Lovely ljlovely(at)telus.net
- John Briggs jbriggs(at)telus.net
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Tim was kind enough to give us photos of several of his beautiful sculptures. He describes him and his art as such:
I am a self taught woodcarver living in the small, beautiful village of Sointula on an island off North Vancouver Island. My work is an expression of a my love and fascination of the coastal world around me. I take great joy in my art and in particular the constant learning. I feel as if I have been constantly learning since I started carving 29 years ago with a swiss army knife sitting on a beach while cruising the coast by kayak. I have always pursued my art as a way of making an income as a means of living in this remote part of the coast. I work primarily in yellow cedar which I can obtain locally, I also use red cedar, yew wood, maple, alder and black walnut.
View more of Doug’s work, and more information on the carvings shown here visit his profile on: northwestnativearts.net
All made from various wood blocks from West Wind.
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Some photos submitted by our customer Michael Rusen of the beautiful guitars he makes.
Please comment if you would like his contact information.