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November - December 1998

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Table of Contents

Articles

  • ‘Woodcarving Ain’t Easy!’ by Peter Paces
  • The Joys of Chip Carving by Milton Scheinbach
  • Jim Wilsford, Woodcarver Extraordinaire by Marie T. DiPaola
  • Mid-America Hosts Doane Experience by Ken Armsbury
  • Indiana Barber is Also a Woodcarver by John Travis
  • Tale of the Hunt by Karin Wrona
  • Carve a Troll by Don Burgdorf
  • Dmitri Ilinchik, Excellent Carver from Minsk, Belarus
  • All I Want to Do is Carve by Margaret Cawood
  • Alexander Perezhogin, Master of Caricature Carving
  • Woodcarving is Alive and Well in Iceland
  • Chris Effrem Carves a Life-Size Mountain Lion
  • Mixed Media by Soleil De Villiers
  • Paint a Sailfish by Brian McGray
  • Successful Carve-Along for Mid Hudson Club by M. Ortel
  • Walking Elf Pattern by Yancey
  • Carvings Benefit Arboretum in England by Brian Edwards
  • Hutterite Community Welcomes ‘Chip Art’ by H. Clappison
  • Lots and Lots of Bears by Saxon Donnelly
  • Swedish Carver Visits South Africa by Soleil De Villiers
  • Otto Preske Carves a Life-Size Crucifix
  • Recipe for Beauty in Wood by Annetta Dellinger
  • Carvers Rally in Evart, Michigan by Everett Hawley
  • 3rd Snoqualmie Pass Carving Event by Mary Madden
  • Fred Abrams — Fish Carver
  • Carousels — They’re Not Just for Children by Judy Poschl
  • Classes, Tour Schedule at Geisler-Moroder School
  • Jimmy Herron — Self-Taught Cane Carver

Show Reports

  • Saratoga, Calif.
  • Converse, Ind.
  • Washington, Ky.
  • Port Huron, Mich.
  • Blue Earth, Minn.
  • St. Cloud, Minn.
  • Floral Park, N.Y.
  • Hamburg, N.Y.
  • Wilmot, Ohio
  • Oklahoma City, Okla.
  • Tulsa, Okla.
  • Rapid City, S.D.
  • Arlington, Texas
  • Delafield, Wisc.
  • St. Leonard, Quebec, Canada
  • Ashfield, England

Features

  • Wayne Barton
  • Peter Benson
  • Dick Clair
  • Fred Cogelow
  • Roy Colbert
  • Cheryl Dow
  • Mary Duke Guldan
  • John Hagensick
  • Bill Judt
  • Joe King
  • Chris Lubkemann
  • Dick Smith
  • L. E. Sturrup
  • M. Paul Ward.
Chip Chats is a publication by the
National Wood Carvers Association
National Wood Carvers Assoc.
PO Box 43218
Cincinnati, OH 45243
National Wood Carvers Assoc.
PO Box 43218
Cincinnati, OH 45243