The Woodworking and Carving Section

of the Internet Craftsmanship Museum

Wood was one of the earliest materials that man was able to shape to meet his needs and is still one of the most popular mediums of expression. This section includes those who use wood to express their artistic abilities and demonstrate their mastery of the craft of shaping it to their will.

Wood workers represented in this section are:

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Craftsman (Click name to visit the page on this craftsman)

Typical Project (Click photo for larger image)

Randy Boni

Chainsaw artist turns logs into lifelike art

Livio De Marchi

An artist in wood with an eye for unusual subjects

Robert A. Talbot

Historically and functionally correct guns made from wood.

Mooney Warther

A knifemaker's hobby—The history of steam engines carved in wood and ivory

Philip Warren

An entire fleet made from match sticks and match boxes

New Submissions Welcomed

If you have additional information on a project or builder shown on this site that your would like to contribute, please e-mail craig@CraftsmanshipMuseum.com. We also welcome new contributions. Please see our page at www.CraftsmanshipMuseum.com/newsubmit.htm for a submission form and guidelines for submitting descriptive copy and photos for a new project.

This section is not currently sponsored.

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