Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Trouble On The River!

Here is my latest scene in the finished state. I have to admit it turned out pretty well. Attached are a lot of photos from all sorts of angles and closeups galore. I hope you enjoy looking at them as much as I had making this piece. The big test will be the Dayton, Ohio show. However, your comments are appreciated too.


  1. Lynn,


    All your work is WONDERFUL and this piece is no exception. You have a God given talent that I wish to one day possess.

    Please keep making these for us to enjoy!!

    Sean - kcwaterguy

  2. So looking forward to the Dayton show to see some of your work in person. This is truly unbelievable. Thanks so much for your efforts for adding these to your site for all of us to see... Myron

  3. Bob Squarebriggs10/11/2006 06:17:00 AM

    Wonderful work Lynn. I suggest that you keep this one as a signature piece. It is really a special piece of work. I'd love to sit down with you and observe for a month, I have so much that I could learn from your style, that is applicable to some of my work.
    Well done. Thank you for sharing with us.


  4. Lynn
    another great carving,extremely well done,but it is your imagination in carving and setting the scene that makes each piece truly unique.

  5. I just stumbled upon your blog the other day I find it very interesting and creative. As a fellow woodcarver I enjoy looking at other woodcarvers creations.

    I have a question regarding your "Trouble on the Water" carving.
    What was your process in creating the water? It has a very realist feel and flows well into the carving. I am currently working on a carving that I plan on incorporating water into it, but am struggling with not having a look that is bad imitation.

    I would be grateful for any advice on this topic.

    Thanks and keep up the wonderful creations.