Over the last month, I have focused on a woodworker in the 15th century that created religious carvings for the medieval church. If you were not a farmer, a soldier, or a priest, a woodworker would most likely create images for the church that do...
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Location: Brownsburg Indiana
Am an retired amateur woodworker who creates toys that are donated at Christmas and create a few carving.
Recently have become interested in the history of woodworking at the turn of the last century. Have posted historic woodworker tribute videos on YouTube.com under channel Hoosierwoodcraft.
-- Thanks to the Wood Spirit, Tom
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This month, I focused on the carving industry in Switzerland. I created a tribute video on the Black Forest Wood Carvers. If you would llke to see the video, it is posted at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gsq690L0VRw
This month, I have been researching the life story of Thomas Chippendale. I found he knew his way with a chisel and was a skilled craftsman and a hell of a businessman. If you like to see the story, it is now posted at https://www.youtube.com/wat...
This video focuses on the early life-story of Wharton Esherick, the future designer, and his personal discovery that a woodcut will create a simple and bold image that is worth a thousand words If you would like to see it, please go to https://...
This month I created a tribute video to Edward Barnseley, one of the last Arts and Craft English woodworkers who created furniture with only hand tools until 1951,. The video captures some iconic photos of woodworking that remind us why we got in...