January - February 1999

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Articles

  • Another Winning Waldorf Weekend By Joy Boyken
  • Ian Brennan, Carver for British Royal Family By Dick Mekkelsen
  • Theme Courses at Austrian School By Martin Geisler-Moroder
  • A Woodcarver’s Carver: Peter Engler By Vern Modeland
  • Pygmy Owl Inside a Tree By Dick Heintzelman
  • Meet the ‘Catfish Carvers’ of Selkirk By Ian Reid
  • Windspirits Grace Carver’s Corbels By John L. Ball
  • Robert Henley’s Timepieces in Wood By Lee Dukes
  • Carve Bacchus, Greek god of Wine By Martin Lohs
  • Carving at 40,000 feet By Buddy Smith
  • New Book: Grinling Gibbons and the Art of Carving
  • Creede Carvers Rendezvous in Colorado By Fran Vanaken
  • Lehigh Valley Reports By Dennis Barr
  • How an Eagle Became a Turkey Buzzard By Bob Reitmeyer
  • ‘Never Give Up’ Motto of Millbrook Carvers
  • 6th Annual Missoula Seminar Success By Wes Ries
  • The Great Community Totem Pole By Todd Morrow
  • Obituaries
  • Calendar

Show Reports

  • Santa Maria, Calif.
  • Tustin, Calif.
  • Golden, Colo.;
  • Arlington Heights, Ill.
  • Springfield, Ill.
  • Sterling, Ill.
  • Utica, Ill.;
  • Waterloo, Iowa
  • LaPlata, Md.
  • Iron Mountain, Mich.
  • Lake Bronson, Minn.;
  • Red Wing, Minn.
  • Amherst, N.Y.
  • Suffolk County, N.Y.
  • Archbold, Ohio;
  • Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Lima, Pa.
  • Sioux Falls, S.D.
  • Fredericksburg, Texas;
  • Monroe, Wash.
  • Vancouver, Wash.
  • Bluefield, W.Va.
  • Wheeling, W.Va.;
  • Milwaukee, Wisc.
  • Nanaimo, B.C., Canada
  • Parksville, B.C.
  • Scarborough, Ontario
  • Kingsville, Ontario
  • Kawerau, New Zealand.

Features contributed

  • Sherrell Anderson
  • Wayne Barton
  • Peter Benson
  • Bob Boyer
  • Dick Clair
  • Fred Cogelow
  • Roy Colbert
  • Cheryl Dow
  • Mary Duke Guldan
  • John Hagensick
  • Joe King
  • Kurt Koch
  • Chris Lubkemann
  • L. E. Sturrup
  • M. Paul Ward

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