Monthly Archives: November 2019

“ TIME OUT”


“ JUST FOR ME”
Often just after completing a work and having nothing in particular to start on, I just pick up a nice piece of Cedar and have fun . It relaxes me and soothes my mind.

“ RISING BROOKIE “


Ten inch Brook Trout, carved from Tupelo, presented on a Manzanita branch with a driftwood base. Several folks had a part in this, Pat Reicher found the Manzanita, and Joey Monteleone found the driftwood , and I found the Brookie in my memory bank.

“ FROM CREEKS TO CREATIONS “


“ MY MIND RUNNETH OVER”
From a VERY early age wading creeks began my education. It really didn’t matter where my body was, my mind was on a creek somewhere, STILL IS.
Can’t wade anymore but memories are sharp, as well as my carving tools.
At 85, the chips are still falling and still motivated to head down to the studio. My creative ability still seems to be holding up , hopefully, a while longer.

“ CUTTY TO THE NET”


“ GOTCHA” !
Just finished this twelve inch Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout for a very valued collector of my creations. He furnished the net that he’d used to land a Cutty similar to this one.

“ MY FAVORITE MEAL”

“ One Mouse , is worth a 1,000 bugs”
This, Twelve inch Brown glimpsing a snagged Deerhair Mouse by Pat Cohen is My latest creation. Looks pretty good right now in my PIE SAFE GALLERY, I wonder how long it will stay there? “ CHRISTMAS TIMES A COMING “.