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woodcarving

1. the act of carving wood, esp as an art form
2. a work of art produced by carving wood
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This industry risks undermining the livelihood of contemporary carvers and the Canadian Northwest Coast woodcarving tradition, at least at the level of art produced for the Canadian souvenir market.
The museum was opened by the Head of EU Delegation and EU Special Representative in BiH Lars-Gunnar Wigemark and Besim and Orhan NikA!ic, owners of the family woodcarving business 'Zanat', which marked the 100th anniversary of its existence in Konjic.
He died in 1913, with four of his sons following him into the woodcarving trade.
In "Cane Topper Woodcarving: Projects, Patterns, and Essential Techniques for Custom Canes and Walking Sticks" she draws upon her years of experience and expertise to provide woodworkers with a profusely illustrated, step-by-step instruction manual for making unique and creative tops for wooden canes.
But when he does he's to be found practising the ancient art of woodcarving, producing the figurative works for which he has made a name.
Technology group Lagercrantz Group AB (STO:LAGRB) announced on Tuesday the acquisition of the Swedish company Tormek AB, a provider of sharpening systems for edge tools such as knives, chisels as well as tools for woodcarving and woodturning.
Kuwait is displaying miniature shipbuilding, woodcarving, perfume-making, tailoring and formative arts among others, he pointed out.
21 or on Mondays when they all rest and pack their pait (chisels)-the signs of an active woodcarving village still abound.
The Warwickshire Art & Craft Circle will be demonstrating woodcarving and textile crafts and Coventry Beekeepers Association will be on hand to discuss beekeeping.
Over seventy-four modern artists and well over three hundred art pieces blend personal artistic reflections of artists from around the world with works in a diverse range of styles and media, from paintings and photography to glass, woodcarving, mosaics, stoneware and much more.
All kinds of works are welcome, including sculpture, paintings, handicrafts, quilting, woodcarving, needlework, photography, and more.
They can also see woodcarving, leather work, spinning and weaving, jewellery and pottery, as well as traditional folk music and 17th-century classical.