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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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Paete may be a 4th class municipality in the province of Laguna, but it has an illustrious history of woodcarving. It was founded in 1580 by Spanish friars Juan de Placencia and Diego de Oropesa of the Franciscan Order, but the earliest inhabitants were Malays who came from Borneo in 'balangays.'
108) With this view, she discards earlier arguments and proposes a 7th- or 8th-century date for the early woodcarvings. Her view that "form follows function", however, does not seem convincing.
VISITORS have been flocking to Huddersfield to catch a glimpse of woodcarvings designed to commemorate two World Wars.
The woodcarvings in the sanctuary create a sense of warmth and awe.
With nearly one hundred wooden sculptures here, yearly funding allows us to completely restore only a few woodcarvings every year.
Paintings, furniture, textiles, woodcarvings, metalwork, pottery, glass and other pieces from all over the North East are all photographed and described in the book.
The company was established in 1956 by Raymond Enkeboll in Venice, CA, as a manufacturer of furniture that showcased woodcarvings. Over time, it evolved to solely producing architectural woodcarvings to give customers more design flexibility.
The big barn is where one finds all kinds of country wares including woodcarvings, candies and jams, the spinning and weaving goods, and other intriguing antique wares.
White River also manufactures 100 Authentic Hand-Carved [TM] woodcarvings as well as smooth, embossed and pre-finished MDF (medium density fiberboard) mouldings.
For shopping, the nearby Masaya Market has big bargains in hammocks, woodcarvings and alligator and snakeskin shoes, belts and purses.
The youngsters from Fir Tree Drive in Quakers Yard, Merthyr Tydfil, designed and created three large mosaic pieces and three large woodcarvings for the street, and were also in charge of deciding where they should go.
A professor at the University of Richmond, Dance has included beautiful photos of quilts, pottery, woodcarvings, statues, paintings, etchings, baskets, toys and graffiti.