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Chainsaw Carving A Bear

Author : Jamie Doeren
ISBN : 1565237684
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Learn the secrets to transforming an ordinary piece of wood into a striking work of art with the easy-to-follow instructions in this book. Inside you'll find 3 step-by-step projects for carving realistic and caricature bears with a chainsaw. Covers pattern design, layout, and basic chainsaw cuts.

Chainsaw Carving An Eagle

Author : Jamie Doeren
ISBN : 9781565232532
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 90. 84 MB
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Includes information on tools, materials, safety, techniques and finishing as well as a resource guide. Also includes step-by -step demonstrations on how to carve an eagle head plaque, a standing eagle with fish, a soaring eagle and an eagle bench.

Art Of Chainsaw Carving

Author : Jessie Groeschen
ISBN : 156523250X
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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"An insider's look at 18 artists working against the grain"--Jacket subtitle.

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Author : David J. Lamb
ISBN : 9781466938175
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This is a book about my life as a young boy being adopted from an orphanage when I was 4 1/2 years old. The people adopting me were not prepared to have a child. There were many trials and tribulations during the years I was with my adopted parents. I was adopted by a couple who thought their marriage would be repaired if theye were to bring a young child into their family. Not expecting the kind of difficulties they would have with a high-energy child, when they tried to communicate with this child they were unable to resolve issues in child behavior.

Desolation Highway

Author : James R. Coggins
ISBN : 1575676583
Genre : Fiction
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When two bodies are found in the forest near the Yellowhead Highway in northern British Columbia, Sergeant Wesson and other members of the local detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police begin searching for a serial murderer. Suspects include a woodsman who makes wildlife sculptures using a chainsaw, an antisocial doctor, a strange woman engaged in occult practices, and a group of Native youth addicted to gasoline sniffing. As more dismembered bodies turn up, John Smyth, editor of Grace magazine in Winnipeg, visits the area and starts putting pieces of the puzzle together.

John Smyth Mysteries Set

Author : James R. Coggins
ISBN : 9780802482723
Genre : Fiction
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This set includes all three books of the John Smyth Mysteries series: Who's Grace?, Desolation Highway, and Mountaintop Drive. In Who's Grace?, James Coggins presents a fast-paced murder mystery with a twist. A Christian magazine editor named John Smyth witnesses a murder through the window of an airplane as it descends for a landing in Winnipeg, Canada. Neither the city police nor the RCMP (Mounties) take his tip seriously until an unidentified woman's body turns up in some nearby woods two weeks later. The only clue to her identity is a necklace with a pendant bearing the name 'Grace.' Who is she, and where is her killer? As the case twists and turns, everyone involved gets to see clear evidence of the grace of God. In Desolation Highway, two bodies are found in the forest near the Yellowhead Highway in northern British Columbia, prompting Sergeant Wesson and other members of the local detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to begin searching for a serial murderer. Suspects include a woodsman who makes wildlife sculptures using a chainsaw, an antisocial doctor, a strange woman engaged in occult practices, and a group of Native youth addicted to gasoline sniffing. As more dismembered bodies turn up, John Smyth, editor of Grace magazine in Winnipeg, visits the area and starts putting pieces of the puzzle together. In Mountaintop Drive, it is just like a second honeymoon when diminutive editor John Smyth and his wife, Ruby, are invited to stay in a beautiful mountaintop house while attending a church convention in Canada's "Bible Belt." Everything seems perfect--until the woman next door is murdered. Has trouble from the impoverished streets of old Abbotsford invaded the upscale community of Mountaintop Drive?

Bear Down Bear North

Author : Melinda Moustakis
ISBN : 9780820341897
Genre : Fiction
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In her debut collection, Melinda Moustakis brings to life a rough-and-tumble family of Alaskan homesteaders through a series of linked stories. Born in Alaska herself to a family with a homesteading legacy, Moustakis examines the near-mythological accounts of the Alaskan wilderness that are her inheritance and probes the question of what it means to live up to larger-than-life expectations for toughness and survival. The characters in Bear Down, Bear North are salt-tongued fishermen, fisherwomen, and hunters, scrappy storytellers who put themselves in the path of destruction--sometimes a harsh snowstorm, sometimes each other--and live to tell the tale. While backtrolling for kings on the Kenai River or filleting the catch of the Halibut Hellion with marvelous speed, these characters recount the gamble they took that didn't pay off, or they expound on how not only does Uncle Too-Soon need a girlfriend, the whole state of Alaska needs a girlfriend. A story like "The Mannequin at Soldotna" takes snapshots: a doctor tends to an injured fisherman, a man covets another man's green fishing lure, a girl is found in the river with a bullet in her head. Another story offers an easy moment with a difficult mother, when she reaches out to touch a breaching whale. This is a book about taking a fishhook in the eye, about drinking cranberry lick and Jippers and smoking Big-Z cigars. This is a book about the one good joke, or the one night lit up with stars, that might get you through the winter.

Chainsaw S Justice

Author : Allen Roth
ISBN : IND:30000107640322
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Allen â??Skipâ? Roth and his son have been carving wood sculptures professionally for over twenty-five years. In addition to the impressive final sculptures, their art is performance-based. They were the featured artists in the May 1, 1995 issue of People magazine. The article declared them the "best chainsaw artists in the world." Earlier in his career, Skip's rise in the art world was interrupted when his son, at twelve years of age, was molested by a pedophile. Confrontations with the pedophile ultimately led to Skip being charged with murder. He was unjustly convicted and spent three years in prison before winning an appeal to his conviction. Chainsaw's Justice is the narrative of his unique true-life experiences.

Tradici N Revista

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105133514633
Genre : Folk art
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The Carver S Art

Author : Simon J. Bronner
ISBN : IND:30000055317428
Genre : Art
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" Chains carved from a single block of wood, cages whittled with wooden balls rattling inside -- all "made with just a pocketknife" -- are among our most enduring folk designs. Who makes them and why? what is their history? what do they mean for their makers, for their viewers, for our society? Simon J. Bronner portrays four wood carvers in southern Indiana, men who had been transplanted from the rural landscapes of their youth to industrial towns. After retiring, they took up a skill they remembered from childhood. Bronner discusses how creativity helped these men adjust to change and how viewers' responses to carving reflect their own backgrounds. By recording the narratives of these men's lives, the stories and anecdotes that laced their conversation, Bronner finds new insight into the functions and symbolism of traditional craft. Including anew illustrated afterword in which the author discusses recent developments in the carver's art, this new edition will appeal to carvers, scholars, and anyone interested in traditional woodworking.

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