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  • Latest News
    tuition dates and how to book your woodcarving course Have you seen Some First Carvings showing examples of carvings done by students and A curious and interesting carving that Zoe made Try These Follow some Woodcarving projects see how to Sharpen a Woodcarving V Tool or why not consider some woodcarving tuition in lovely Devon Carvings made by recent students see more Jean turned both bowls and carved them in different ways Details of Zoe s Incised Lettering CD Kevin turned this commemorative Oak platter then carved it his carving was later featured in a national woodturning magazine Forthcoming Shows and Demonstrations On our show stands we exhibit a full range of carvings often including large garden sculptures many of which are for sale and at the same time there are usually two woodcarvers demonstrating the craft using hand tools in the traditional way We are always pleased to see old friends at the exhibitions and to catch up on your latest works and prospective students will have a chance to meet and talk to Zoe your tutor and see her at work carving Next Show 2016 Royal Cornwall Show Wadebridge June 9 11 Woodworking West Show Westpoint Exeter Oct 29 30 How was it done These pictures show progress as Zoe worked on her Hairdresser carving Wonder and watch whilst working with hand tools only a log of wood gradually develops into a work of art A log of Cherry about 17in diameter obtained from near Liskeard Cornwall Waste wood around the figures was removed with large deep gouges and a hand saw The gaps between the figures and between the arms were made using a brace and bit and gouges The shapes of the figures were refined with smaller flatter gouges ready for the detailed carving The edge

    Original URL path: http://www.zoegertner.co.uk/latest_news.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Contact us & Feedback
    are shown on this website and to arrange your woodcarving and sculpture tuition please telephone or e mail me in the first instance not forgetting your contact telephone details and I will get back to you as soon as possible Your comments about the site and suggestions concerning wood carving or any projects that you might like to appear when the site is next updated are welcomed Have you seen

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  • Suggested Tuition Dates
    3 6 17 20 July 2 3 16 17 Aug 7 12 21 26 Aug 7 11 21 25 Aug 7 10 21 24 Aug 6 7 20 21 Sept 4 9 Sept 4 8 Sept 4 7 Sept 3 4 Oct 2 7 23 28 Oct 2 6 23 27 Oct 2 5 23 26 Oct 1 2 22 23 Nov 6 10 20 24 Nov 6 9 20 23 Nov 5 6 19 20 Dec 4 8 18 22 Dec 4 7 18 21 Dec 3 4 17 18 One day sessions or occasional days can usually be arranged either within the above suggested dates or on other days at a fee of 75 per day Should a Sunday start be a difficulty we can usually arrange to begin your course a day earlier or later and as we can be flexible you are very welcome to arrange a shorter time within a longer session or add extra days if you wish To check availability of places please phone or e mail to make arrangements All fees include tuition refreshments and lunches A non returnable deposit of 75 is payable on booking with the balance to be paid

    Original URL path: http://www.zoegertner.co.uk/course_dates.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • A Miscellany of Carvings
    of a clock she is making for a member of her family the design reflecting English and Kenyan native flora Carole is very keen on archery and for her first carving she made a trophy for her club The wood she used was appropriately English Yew and she adapted the logo of a well known beer company for her design carved it in relief and finished it with wax polish Thanks Zoe for a wonderful 3 days learning woodcarving With your expert guidance far more was achieved than I could dream of From a log to an archery trophy in memory of my beloved husband and then another log to a robin with a red breast Carole T Owls are always very popular for carvings in the round and this one was made by Ray using Cherry wood and carving directly from the log Finished in Danish oil it stands outside by his patio doors Jacky s family gave her some carving days for a special birthday present details In relief she carved these kingfishers darting out of the water into willow leaves using a section of Beech wood she retained the bark as a border Using Yew wood Imelda carved this barn owl for her husband s 70th birthday present The light coloured sapwood of its face makes a spectacular contrast with the darker heartwood of its breast Chuck began carving his dog Misch at evening class Made from Lime wood and finished with wax polish it is about 11ins long Gill carving her Green Man which was stunning when finished This was her first carving and she had not used hand tools before though she is good at drawing She is holding the carving in Carver s chops whilst she works on the fine detail The carving is in Lime and is approximately 10 ins square and carved to a depth of about 2ins Tim is carving a traditional decoration in oak which he will use in his period property renovation One of Simon s interests is catering and his first carving was a relief of some mushrooms followed by some incised lettering then a hedgehog in the round Each project was made in a different species of timber so that he gained experience carving with several native woods Sue enjoyed carving with her teenage sons Ollie and Tom She carved some flowers in relief Ollie made a crab on a rock and Tom made a large scorpion in relief And to show that age is no barrier to beginning carving Richard and Carey with ten year old grandson Tidiahn all of whom had never carved before Tidiahn first made a mallet which he used to carve his coiled snake the markings on Richard s giraffe were made using a punch and the frills on Carey s lizard cut using a V tool Octagenarian Mac polishing his first carving ivy leaves carved in relief made using Cherry wood How did he do it See instructions Details about Woodcarving

    Original URL path: http://www.zoegertner.co.uk/Carole%27s%20first%20carving.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Carvings for Sale
    with a strong sense of humour Each of her exclusive pieces are single editions and are carved directly from one piece of timber using hand tools only and finished with beeswax polish or Danish Oil if intended for outside The timber used is usually native hardwood often sourced locally and seasoned for several years Delivery can be arranged and several of the larger pieces can be viewed and collected from

    Original URL path: http://www.zoegertner.co.uk/carvings_for_sale.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • The Hairdresser
    approximately 16 inches high by 14 inches wide finished with wax polish The log of Cornish Cherry was obtained from near Liskeard a few years ago The carving was made from a single piece of cherrywood the gaps between the figures were drilled with a brace and bit and then shaped using various woodcarving gouges See more Small gouges were used for carving the features and fine details A V

    Original URL path: http://www.zoegertner.co.uk/Hairdresser%20page_4.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • FrontPage Run-Time Component Page
    and the FrontPage Server Extensions to function properly This form or other FrontPage component will work correctly if you publish this web to a web server that has the FrontPage Server Extensions installed Click the Back arrow to return to

    Original URL path: http://www.zoegertner.co.uk/_derived/nortbots.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Roosting Hens
    brown The gaps between the posts and rails were cut out with a fine saw A small gouge is used to texture the tail area The feathers on the breasts are cut using a small narrow gouge and a V tool is used for the long neck feathers The tails of the outer hens droop over the perch and were carved from beneath it Contented Hens Roosting for the Night

    Original URL path: http://www.zoegertner.co.uk/roosting%20hens%20page.htm (2016-04-29)
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