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January - February 2001

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Table of Contents

Articles

  • Gene Webb: A ‘Tennessee Woodcarver’ by Len Dillon
  • Ray Dreczko — Gunstock Carver
  • A Bear Tale from Faraway Alaska by Eric Larson
  • A Power Chisel Project by Lois K. Henry
  • A Carver Looks at Color by Martin Martin Geisler-Moroder
  • Magnificent Mesquite: Southwest’s Amazing Treasure
  • Harold Turpin, Talented Carver
  • Gordon Possien Carves Full-sized Buffalo
  • Calusa Carvers to Feature David Tabor by Jane Wentworth
  • Western/Wildlife Art Workshop by Lisa Gandola
  • Washington Carvers Create Outdoor Art Solutions
  • Something for Everyone in Cooksburg, Pa. by Nancy Skeddle
  • Roll Out the Bear-All by Desiree Hajny
  • ‘Rather Be Hunting or Fishing’ by Jane Wentworth
  • UNIKA Woodcarving Expo in Ortisei, Italy by Karl Zimmer
  • Get the Lead Out by Mike Nelson
  • Minor Blades: Part 8 by Dave Whiren
  • Carving a Political Caricature by Jim Crum
  • River Valley Carvers Hold Open House by Bruce L. Smith
  • Carvers Rendezvous in Creede, Colo. by Fran Vanaken
  • Carving Bolos For Fun and Profit by Jake R. Herr
  • Flower Carving with a Passion by Fern Stearns
  • How Carving Changed My Life by Joyce Hall
  • The Lighter Side of Woodcarving by Carl Borst
  • Hudson Valley Carvers Celebrate 25 Years by Mary J. Bauer
  • Saginaw Totem Poles: Part Four by Robert E. Britton
  • Waldorf Woodcarving IX by Joy Boyken
  • Workshops and Seminars
  • Calendar

Show Reports

  • Huntsville, Alabama
  • Rogers, Arkansas
  • Golden, Colorado
  • South Holland, Illinois
  • Utica, Illinois
  • New Castle, Indiana
  • Des Moines, Iowa
  • Topeka, Kansas
  • La Plata, Maryland
  • Timmonium, Maryland
  • Bedford, Mass.
  • Frankenmuth, Mich.
  • Iron Mountain, Mich.
  • Saginaw, Michigan
  • Red Wing, Minnesota
  • St. Peters, Missouri
  • Omaha, Nebraska
  • Carlsbad, New Mexico
  • Floral Park, New York
  • Archbold, Ohio
  • Poteau, Oklahoma
  • Rapid City, S. Dakota
  • Fredericksburg, Texas
  • Tyler, Texas
  • Monroe, Washington
  • Vancouver, Wash.
  • Delafield, Wisconsin
  • Wheeling, W. Virginia
  • Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • Richmond, BC, Canada
  • Toronto, Ontario

Features

  • Wayne Barton
  • Peter Benson
  • Don Burgdorf
  • Fred Cogelow
  • Cheryl Dow
  • John Hagensick
  • Joe King
  • Chris Lubkemann
  • Dick Smith
  • L. E. Sturrup
  • M. Paul Ward
  • Bill Wright
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Cincinnati, OH 45243
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PO Box 43218
Cincinnati, OH 45243