Category Archives: Sawdust

Bits and pieces of daily commentary on the life as a fly-fisherman living the autumn of his life through the art of sculpting the images of his passion in the warmth of wood

“ CUTTING UP “

An eight inch Fine Spotted Snake River Cutthroat Trout. Carved from Tupelo wood, presented on a Manzanita branch with a California Buckeye base.

“ THE CABOOSE”

Numbers 69 and 70 works created
in 2020.
Stylized Brown and Brook Trout carved from Caney Fork River Driftwood, wall presentations.




“ AN INTERESTING ACCIDENT”

When I began creating this it was supposed to be just one Stylized Trout, then, low and behold , a second one showed up. The wood knew what it wanted to be.

“ THE CHOCOLATE BROWN”

Created from Caney Fork River driftwood. My friend Les Booth named it the “ CHOCOLATE BROWN “ as it seemed to him to be flowing chocolate.