September - October 2002

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Articles

  • ‘Stinky the Skunk’ Desiree Hajny
  • Promoting Your Relief Carvings Dick MacDonald
  • Woodcarving in Myanmar M. Michael Dorr
  • N.Y. Carvers Celebrate Special Night Bob Schiff
  • Buffy: Carousel Goat with a Heart Sam Buffat
  • Eagle Carving in Sandwich, Mass. Richard Wright
  • Glen Maynard Receives OAC Grant
  • Burning + Carving = Magic! Terry Evans
  • Ministry of Chip-carved Crosses Barry McKenzie
  • ‘Sandy’ Schmitt, Prolific Carver Roger Benedict
  • Carving on the Web: www.2carve.com Dennis Moor
  • 7th Michigan Carvers’ Learning Seminar Andrew Luckhardt
  • Miniature Sculptures by Arkadiy Tsesarskiy L. Lugovyer
  • Carve ‘Slim the Cowboy’ Dave Rushlo
  • Two Americans in Austria Martin Geisler-Moroder
  • Jim Bollbach — Patriotic Carver
  • Ridgway 2002: Event #3 Dennis Heath
  • Good Carvers Who Aspire to Greatness Matthew Welter
  • In the War Eagle Tradition Donald K. Mertz
  • ‘Gridiron Granny’ Takes the Cake
  • ‘Harlequin Abandoned’ by Ian Norbury Betty Norbury
  • ‘Worth the Wait’ Charles Smalligan
  • Louis Foshay, Versatile Carver
  • Montana Carving Seminar Wes Ries
  • Tribute of Thanks to Rich Reimers Ken Kohl
  • Workshops & Seminars
  • Coming Events Calendar

Show Reports

  • Arcadia, California
  • Glendale, California
  • Sacramento, Calif.
  • Sarasota, Florida
  • Davenport, Iowa
  • Mt. Pleasant, Iowa
  • Wichita, Kansas
  • Shreveport, Louisiana
  • Millbrook, New York
  • Parsippany, N. J.
  • Columbus, Ohio
  • Girard, Ohio
  • Mansfield, Ohio
  • Middletown, Ohio
  • Chattanooga, Tenn.
  • Greeneville, Tenn.
  • Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Coon Valley, Wisc.
  • Edmonton, Alberta

Features contributed by

  • Sherrell Anderson
  • Peter Benson
  • Don Burgdorf
  • Cheryl Dow
  • John Hagensick
  • Joe King
  • Bob Reitmeyer
  • Dick Smith
  • L. E. Sturrup
  • M. Paul Ward

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