The twice a day juicing of those sensless beasts left an indelible mark on me. I decided long ago, never again.
I haven't. And I won't.
The first attempt at writing was at the Minnesota State Fair while attempting to sell wood sculptures of historic western faces. The folks there held no appreciation for cowboys and Indians so the two week fair was spent in the start of a book on the art of carving faces. An immediate success. Sold thousands almost before a blink. the next book on relief carving has been almost as successful. Both continue to sell well. Even after winning several awards for wood sculpture a slow burnout destroyed any desire to continue. The love of woodworking, however, turned my attention to the design and construction of outdoor furniture. With a new classic look.
Tired of the age-old, mundane style of outdoor furniture a determination arose to produce swings, picnic tables, chairs, gliders, lounges and others with sleek, flowing lines yet strong and durable. Proud of the outcome a decision was made to share the knowlege with others by writing how-to books. Four are available with more to come. Try them all. You'll have a lot of fun.
It's okay, but not the best book out there for teaching you how to carve faces. The western face, after all, is still just a face, not a category of it's own.Published 6 months ago by Arthur C
this book was in great shape and was a great price. i really enjoyed it .thank you I look forward to getting more books like this onrPublished 20 months ago by cindy archambault