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The oldest cultural artifacts were carved of stone. Carving is ever popular, occurs on almost every culture, and can be done with a wide variety of materials and techniques. This is a brief history which Includes list of tools, safety gear, and power carvers.

The oldest cultural artifacts were carved of stone. Carving is ever popular, occurs on almost every culture, and can be done with a wide variety of materials and techniques. This is a brief history which Includes list of tools, safety gear, and power carvers.

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  1. 1. Loren Madsen 10/10
  2. 2. Polydoros (attributed) Laocoon and His Sons Greece A long time ago The oldest cultural artifacts are carvings of stone: axes, knives, etc. The main historical markers are also of carved stone: temples, sculptures, etc. We could carve stone, but the material is hard, difficult to move and expensive.The tools are here - air powered carvers and grinders. We could also, like my friend Dave Johnson, carve metal with torches and grinders. But, sticking with the themes of ready availability and low cost, we’ll focus on wood. Rondanini Pieta Michelangelo, 1564 Jaume Plensa NuriaV, 2009 alabaster, 65” high
  3. 3. Welsh Love Spoon carved wood 1600’s Beatrice Jourdan combs carved wood utility has driven carving from ancient times -- combs and spoons being good examples
  4. 4. AdolpheVandertie Lawrence Spinak Malcolm chain mail basic whittling kit whittling also is a folk art, a hobby, a skill, cool thing to do, but not an art
  5. 5. Carved pencil leads Dalton Getty
  6. 6. contemporary folk art Humboldt County, CA carved logs
  7. 7. Tim Tingle carved cedar trunk artist unknown carved tree trunk
  8. 8. mask of a woman carved wood, paint Okuyi Punu, Gabon figure with mortar & pestle Africa, 19th C These pieces were made for ceremonies and were often disposed of after use. In the tropical climate from which these come, they seldom survive long in any case,
  9. 9. headdress for Geledi ceremony carved wood Yoruba people
  10. 10. Gyokuzan Octopus netsuke carved wood, paint(?)
  11. 11. Two of the Twelve Divine Generals carved wood, Japan Edo period (1615-1868), ca. 1700
  12. 12. Jeon Joonhoo 彌勒菩 半 跏思惟像 (Contemplative Bodhisattva Maitreya) 2008-2009 carved wood
  13. 13. Michael Kehs Entranced Inhabitants, date? carved wood theunderstudy Last Supper, date? carved wood
  14. 14. Henry Moore Reclining Figure, 1939 carved wood Henry Moore Reclining Figure, (date?) carved wood
  15. 15. Barbara Hepworth Pelagos, 1946 Elm wood with colour and strings, 1946 Barbara Hepworth Figure (Churinga), 1952 Spanish mahogany
  16. 16. Raoul Hague Untitled, 1962 carved walnut Raoul Hague Untitled, 1974 carved walnut
  17. 17. Raoul Hague Michigan Bound, 1972 carved walnut Raoul Hague Untitled, 1962 carved walnut
  18. 18. Stephen Balkenhol www.berggruen.com/artists/stephenbalkenhol/
  19. 19. Stephen Balkenhol relief sculpture wood and paint www.berggruen.com/artists/stephenbalkenhol/ Stephen Balkenhol Large Woman withYellow Shirt, 1994 poplar wood and paint
  20. 20. Gwynn Murrill Lion Rocking Horse, 1970’s carved scrap lumber Gwynn Murrill Rhinoceros Head, 1970’s carved scrap lumber www.murrillsculpture.com/photos/others/others.htm
  21. 21. Gwynn Murrill Cougar date? carved scrap lumber Gwynn Murrill Snail Shell, date? carved scrap lumber www.murrillsculpture.com/photos/others/others.htm
  22. 22. godalwayshungry Helmet, date? carved scrap lumber
  23. 23. Giuseppe Penone The Hidden Life Within, 2007 cedarGiuseppe Penone 12 Meter Tree, 1980-82 American larch wood
  24. 24. James Surls Heaven and Earth, 1979 carved oak James Surls Flower Woman, 1977 carved oak, pine, gumwood www.jamessurls.com/
  25. 25. James Surls Seven and Seven Flower, 1998 carved pine, painted steel www.jamessurls.com/ James Surls title unknown 1990’s carved and painted wood www.jamessurls.com/
  26. 26. Mark Frank, date? M573 carved wood www.lavaman.com/ Mark Frank, date? M566 carved wood www.lavaman.com/ for those who like to use driftwood--- how about sanding and finishing? intervene! -- make your presence known
  27. 27. Mark Frank, date? M535 carved wood www.lavaman.com/ Mark Frank, date? M574 carved wood www.lavaman.com/
  28. 28. Nancy Sansom Reynolds Sunset 2, 2010 laminated and carved wood
  29. 29. Stan Dann Tassle Loafers, 2000 carved and painted wood Stan Dann Wicked Witch of West shoes, 1999 carved and painted wood paint? it’s like, uh, you know, GLAZE !
  30. 30. David Nash, date? Red and Black dome chainsaw carved and burned wood www.hainesgallery.com/artists/Nash_David/Nash_01.html David Nash, date? RedWell chainsaw carved wood
  31. 31. David Nash, date? Sliced Frame chainsaw carved wood www.hainesgallery.com/artists/Nash_David/Nash_01.html David Nash, date? Sliced Egg, date? chainsaw carved wood
  32. 32. Ash Dome David Nash, in process since 1970’s ash trees planted in a circle Family Tree 1970-98 David Nash, 1998 pencil, charcoal & pastel on paper
  33. 33. Richard Deacon Nothing Is Forbidden, 1994 carved wood Richard Deacon left: Nothing Is Forbidden; middle: NotYet Beautiful, 1995; right: Nothing Is Allowed, 1994 carved wood (mostly) www.lalouver.com/html/deacon_bio.html
  34. 34. Richard Deacon Dead Leg, 2007 bent and carved wood www.lalouver.com/html/deacon_bio.html
  35. 35. UrsulaVon Rydingvard Elegantka, 2007–09 Cedar, pigment 98 x 37 x 36 inches www.galerielelong.com/artists/ UrsulaVon Rydingvard Bowl with Fingers, 2007–08 Cedar 98 x 37 x 36 inches
  36. 36. UrsulaVon Rydingvard Twisting Bowl II, 2007 Cedar 83 x 44 x 35 inches UrsulaVon Rydingvard Weeping Plates, 2005 Cedar Left plate: 12'2" x 9'6" x 6 1/2" Right plate: 10'8" x 8'5" x 8" www.galerielelong.com/artists/
  37. 37. Tony Cragg title and dates unknown laminated plywood
  38. 38. Jaime Pitarch Subject, Object,Abject, 2006 chair, shavings from chair legs
  39. 39. Ross Rudel Ouroboros, 2008 carved wood
  40. 40. Ross Rudel Double Helix, 2008 carved wood Ross Rudel Phantom, 2010 carved wood, fiberglass
  41. 41. Martin Puryear Believer, 1977-82 tulip poplar and pine www.moma.org/interactives/exhibitions/2007/martinpuryear/
  42. 42. Martin Puryear Reliquary, 1980 wood www.moma.org/interactives/exhibitions/2007/martinpuryear/
  43. 43. Martin Puryear Lever #3, 1989 carved and painted pine www.moma.org/interactives/exhibitions/2007/martinpuryear/
  44. 44. Martin Puryear Untitled, 2000 maple sapling, fir plywood, hickory www.moma.org/interactives/exhibitions/2007/martinpuryear/
  45. 45. Martin Puryear Deadeye, 2002 pine www.moma.org/interactives/exhibitions/2007/martinpuryear/
  46. 46. Martin Puryear Ad Astra, 2007 spruce, hickory, pine, found wheels 63’ high x 74” x 104” www.moma.org/interactives/exhibitions/2007/martinpuryear/
  47. 47. some tools
  48. 48. kevlar carving glove and kevlar chaps kevlar is the material from which bullet-proof vests are made and offer excellent protection from sharp steel objects we have the glove when lacking kevlar, use leather palm gloves WEAR GLOVES !!! WEAR EYE PROTECTION !!!
  49. 49. clamps DO NOT do carving unless the wood is FIRMLY fixed to a stable work surface. use clamps or the vises we have outside please TAKE CARE of the clamps. they are expensive and they save limbs and fingers
  50. 50. basic carving knives are better than a pocket (pen) knife for wood carving the small blades can do delicate work
  51. 51. traditional carving chisels and gouges can remove and shape wood very nicely to be tapped gently with wood mallets use on wood ONLY. DO NOT use on plaster or stone
  52. 52. wood shaping ADZES are good for quickly shaping larger pieces of wood they are also quite efficient at chopping legs
  53. 53. chainsaws. these have narrow carving tips. ours does not but does a great job nonetheless dangerous and requires maintenance
  54. 54. the Arbortech power chisel does the same work as woodcarving gouges, but with a motor we don’t have one of these, yet
  55. 55. we DO have both the Arbortech power carving kit (left) and the Arbortech mini- grinder do I need to say that these are both potentially dangerous? please attend carefully to the demonstration
  56. 56. a flexible shaft machine is excellent for intricate power carving we do not have one, but we DO have a Dremel tool for fine carving and finishing
  57. 57. carbide rotary carving heads, which fit into a rotary tool like the flexible shaft machine, is excellent for carving, and potentially really, really dangerous we do not have them
  58. 58. Kutzall rotary carbide shaping discs and burrs (right) are insanely great tools. they attach to grinders or, in the case of the burrs, drills or rotary tools. we have only a few so far
  59. 59. flap wheels for finishing. available at your local hardware store in various grits. attaches to power drills or rotary tools we have a few
  60. 60. we have various sanding devices and discs as well as plain old sandpaper enjoy!

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