May - June 2005

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Articles

  • Carving at John C. Campbell Folk School by Kathi Osborne
  • Bob Howarth, Woodcarving Weirdo by Molly Schaechtele
  • Renegade Round-Up 2005 by Donna Nelson
  • Alexander Yawor Signs on to Woodburning
  • Let Students Choose Their Subjects by Terry Evans
  • Ron Clarke, Avid Carver and Promoter by Len Dillon
  • Adirondack Carousel Making Progress by Karen Loffler
  • To Carve a Human Head, Step by Step by M. Geisler-Moroder
  • Bill Sines, Self-Taught Carver
  • Ventriloquist Doll Sports New Head by Susan Holmes
  • Yuma Carvers Prep for 2006 Show
  • Rendezvous II A Super Seminar by Ed Zinger
  • Topnotch Woodcarvers at Kutztown by Dave Fooks
  • Steven Mikulas Avid Woodcarver, Teacher
  • Octogenarian Kenneth Brown Carves Eagles
  • Carved Frames for Mirrors by Julian Hamer
  • Paul Kraynak, Masterful Carver
  • Show Time by Phyllis Miele
  • Carve a Caricature with David Boone
  • 10 Tips of the Carving Game by Steve S. Schoolar
  • The Doors of Rockridge Terrace by Hudson Favell
  • Obituaries
  • Workshops
  • Coming Events Calendar

Show Reports

  • Huntsville, Alabama
  • Apache Junc., Arizona
  • Queen Valley, Arizona
  • Fort Myers, Florida
  • New Port Richey, Fla.
  • Tampa, Florida
  • Tavares, Florida
  • Boise, Idaho
  • Rockford, Illinois
  • Columbus, Indiana
  • Evansville, Indiana
  • Baton Rouge, La.
  • Belfast, Maine
  • Bellevue, Ohio
  • Columbus, Ohio
  • Leipers Fork, Tenn.
  • Pigeon Forge, Tenn.
  • Harlingen, Texas
  • McAllen, Texas
  • Puyallup, Washington
  • Spokane, Washington
  • Wheeling, W. Virginia
  • Delafield, Wisconsin
  • Hamilton, Ont, Canada
  • Windsor, Ontario, Can.

Features contributed by

  • Wayne Barton
  • Peter Benson
  • Bob Boyer
  • Cheryl Dow
  • Don Burgdorf
  • John Hagensick
  • L. E. Sturrup
  • M. Paul Ward

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