January - February 2003

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Articles

  • CCA National Competition by Randy Landen
  • Art Sticks by David Stehly
  • Portrait Carving in Relief by Steve Schoolar
  • Verde Valley Carvers Hold Annual Potluck by E.C. Reynolds
  • Top Woodcarvings at Tennessee Valley Fair by Fred Binning
  • Carving School Hosts Open House by Martin Geisler-Moroder
  • Carving ‘By Guess and By God’ by Jennifer A. Martin
  • The Art of Gaining Respect for Carving by Roy K. Pace II
  • Old World Austrian-style Carving by Andrew Tesler
  • Why Write a Woodcarving Book? by John Hagensick
  • Carve a Walking Stick Top by Bob Reitmeyer
  • Creede Woodcarvers’ Rendezvous by F. Vanaken & L. Smith
  • Tips From a Pro by Kathy Ziprik
  • Create Your Own Patterns by Bob Miller
  • Umpqua Members Carve Ornaments for White House
  • Calusa Show to Feature Ed McCarthy by E. Jane Wentworth
  • John Gaddis — Woodcarver/Instructor
  • Workshops & Seminars
  • Calendar of Coming Events
  • Obituaries

Show Reports

  • Golden, Colorado
  • Utica, Illinois
  • South Holland, Illinois
  • Wheaton, Illinois
  • Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Frankenmuth, Michigan
  • Saginaw, Michigan
  • Red Wing, Minnesota
  • Missoula, Montana
  • Hickory, North Carolina
  • Archbold, Ohio
  • Strongsville, Ohio
  • Sutherlin, Oregon
  • East Berlin, Pennsylvania
  • Orangeburg, South Carolina
  • Fredericksburg, Texas
  • Houston, Texas
  • Tyler, Texas
  • Longview, Washington
  • Wheeling, West Virginia
  • Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
  • London, Ontario, Canada
  • Parksville, British Columbia, Canada
  • St. Leonard, Quebec
  • Windsor, Ontario, Canada
  • Kawerau, New Zealand

Features contributed by

  • Wayne Barton
  • Bob Boyer
  • Don Burgdorf
  • Cheryl Dow
  • Chris Lubkemann
  • Jim Rourke
  • Dick Smith
  • L. E. Sturrup
  • M. Paul Ward
  • Bill Wright
  • Doug Harrison

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