Category Archives: Western Artist

Bear Tree 9/24/2017

I got my chainsaw back up and running, thanks to Dale at Chain Saws Direct (If you need any type of “Power Yard Equipment give them a shout at Chain Saws Direct , Great Folks to deal with.) Here’s where we … Continue reading

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Bear Tree 9/17/2017

My chainsaw went belly-up, so I’ve been removing wood with a gouge and a hammer. Having said that, here is where I am today.  The head of Bear #2 is roughed in, but still a long way to go. Incidentally, … Continue reading

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Bear Tree 9/10/2017

I began to add a bit of detail this week, mainly so I could get a better perspective of where I’m going. If you click on the picture it will enlarge it.   September 10 2017 Taking these pictures so … Continue reading

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Bear Carving, End of the Second Week 8 26 2017

The sawdust pile has gotten considerably larger, in fact I think one of the neighbor kids may be lost in it. Here is where I am as of today. If you look close you can see some pencil lines on … Continue reading

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The Tree August 20 2017

I have been working on the tree for almost a week and although I’ve generated a lot of sawdust, chips, and chunks of wood this is where the carving stands at present: This will be one of the cubs. Check … Continue reading

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The Start

The Top of the Tree still needs to be removed (down to just above the black line) However here is the first day of chainsawing (8/16/2017), and this is where I am trying to get to.   It looks like … Continue reading

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I Still Got Bees and Too Much Tree- – – – But!!!

The tree is still in my front yard and in the same condition that the “Tree – Taker – Downers” left it in as they ran away from the “Bees”. However I have been moving ahead with the design of … Continue reading

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Waiting To Start On My Summer Project

I believe that it was almost a month ago that I was telling you about my “Summer Woodcarving Project”. Well it’s still waiting for the “Tree-Taker-Downers” to arrive and whack the top out’ta the tree. In their defense the weather … Continue reading

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My Summer Project

The “Bison and Wolves” are still in process, and I continue to putter with them, but an opportunity has come up that is drawing my attention away from “little bisons” to “BIG BEARS” “Check This Out For The Rest Of … Continue reading

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Still Detailing 1/29/2017

Hi Folks, Just a quick status report.

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