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Below are some carved wooden pieces from the streets of London (clockwise from top left): Bishopsgate, Bayswater, Kennington, Bishopsgate, Clapham, Kings Cross.
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I would have loved to go. I am an avid wood carver. I work on drift wood.ReplyDelete
You've still got time to go there... It doesn't finish until April 7th. NOte that the click for the map on Richmond's site takes you to the wrong place! The gallery is off Hill Street, really close to Richmond BridgeReplyDelete
Those are beautiful wood carvings. By the way, in the present wood carving industry, are they still using chisel to carve woods?ReplyDelete
when hand-carving... yes, they are still using chiselsReplyDelete
Some workers consider it to be the single most versatile woodworking power tool. Becoming more popular is the use of a CNC wood router,ReplyDelete
WoW they can make Cool Project With Only Using Chisels , no Wood router , No Biscuit joinerReplyDelete
Wow, these are amazing! I think it'll make a very nice 4th of July home decor or to give to patriotic friends!ReplyDelete
Everything looked amazing - she's so lucky to be featured in such an exhibition! Good on her!ReplyDelete
amazing wood carvingReplyDelete