This site is about
Artists and the Arts in various forms and media. There is very
comprehensive source of information on the carving of soapstone
in the Sculpture Section
with information on sources for obtaining Material and Tools.
sculpture pages are a meeting place
for old and new sculptors who work in soapstone. A place where
they can show their. work and exchange ideas.
If you are looking to repair
a damaged soapstone sculpture, basic information is in Scratched,
Bruised and Chipped.
page, lists shows and events I
plan on attending and photos of shows, demonstrations and schools
that I have been at in the past, you can check if I will be in
your area in the near future.
Carving for beginners and
school children on the Simple
Carvings page. There are
instructions for making heart and arrowhead pendants, a simple
mouse and a seal.
If you feel like making
your own sculpture, you can; "Carve a small loon",
"Carve an eagle"
a polar bear"
French language translations
of carving pages are available. You now have "Sculpter
un petit huard nageant", "Sculpter
un aigle" and "Sculpter un ours
German translations of carving
pages are "Wir schnitzen einen kleinen schwimmenden Eistaucher" and "Anfertigung eines Eisbaeren aus Speckstein"
I try to update the
New Work pages
with the carvings I have finished recently. You can view some
of the latest sculptures and those still available to purchase
at my Studio, Whetung Gallery
and the Gallery
of The Yates County Art Center
I am proud to host
2 of the finest canoe builders I have ever met;