Welcome to my bird gallery. Here you will find carvings that are currently available for purchase as well as an assortment of older projects. If you are looking for something specific that you don’t see here, please contact me about commissioning a piece. Enjoy!
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This life sized falcon is carved from tupelo wood and painted with many layers of thin acrylic paint. He rests on a piece of Cambrian Granite.
As delicate as the black-cappped chickadee appears, he is really a sturdy little bird. In winter, he bounces around from tree to tree, seeming not to notice the frigid temperatures. This chickadee is carved from tupelo wood.
Also referred to as the Baltimore Oriole, this brightly colored songbird arrives only after he is sure that Spring is well underway. He is easily coaxed into the yard with a half of an orange left at the feeder.
The Crow is probably the most recognized bird in America. Highly intelligent, this bird is a force with which to be dealt. The frog often makes a nice meal for a crow. Could it be that this frog has the upper hand in this scene?
The American Robin is probably one of our most widely recognized songbirds. Who isn’t entertained by them as they bounce along our lawns “listening” for earthworms?
This shrike is carved from tupelo wood. The base is white pine wood, into which a relief carving depicts a small songbird who has just fallen victim.