More carvings from Odessa, Ukraine

| October 29, 2009

These carvings are also made in plant “Polygon “. I do not know who the author is, but they are beautiful carvings. Source : www.poligon.odessa.ua

Carved knife handles from Ukraine

| October 23, 2009

I do not know who made these knives , only that they have been made in Odessa, Ukraine in plant “Polygon “. As they say on their website : Copyright bladed weapons (damask steel) will not leave indifferent neither just an amateur, not a true collector.

Autumn Dragon

| October 14, 2009

I found this little dragon on  www.lobzik.pri.ee and I think its very well done and so cute that I have to share it.  Its made by K. Pavel from Moscow Region , Russia . He used maple leaves, hawthorn leaves and branches of lilac, pine cones, thread, glue. So I think this qualifies as woodwork.

Restorations of 18th century furniture

| October 4, 2009

These restorations are made by Pedro Rodrigues da Costa from  Sintra, Portugal. To see more of  his work, visit  http://lumberjocks.com/pedrorc

Carvings from Oklahoma City

| October 3, 2009

These woodcarvings are made by one member of  lumberjocks.com  DocT’s from Oklahoma. More of his work can be seen here http://lumberjocks.com/DocT

Wooden sculptures

| September 28, 2009

I do not know where I find on the internet these pictures and I do not know who is the author but they are magnificently done , considering they are from wood.

Carvings from Victorville, Ca

| September 25, 2009

Those carvings are made by C.Slabon from Victorville California. Hi does not have his own website , I find his work on lumberjocks.com/CSlabon.

Carvings from Spain

| September 24, 2009

Those beautiful carvings are made by Ramon from Ciudad Real, Spain . More of his work can be seen on http://lumberjocks.com/ramon/projects

Woodcarvings from Ukraine

| September 23, 2009

Those carved frames and reliquary are made by Boyarchuk I.I. from Lutsk, Volyn Oblast, Ukraine. More of his carvings are on his website bojarchuk.at.ua

Sculptured furniture from New Mexico

| September 22, 2009

Those incredible works of art from beautiful woods are made by Scott and Stephanie Shangraw. Much more of their beautiful works of art can be seen on their website :  shangrilawoodworks.com