Tag: PebbleCreek Woodcarvers Club

PebbleCreek Woodcarvers Club: Beginner Woodcarver Class

Larry Matney The PebbleCreek Woodcarvers Club started the new 2021-22 carving season with a Beginner Woodcarver Class on Nov. 4. The Beginner Woodcarver Class is a single, half-day class that introduces new carvers to the club’s equipment, operating procedures, and library. Students then start making a decorative spoon using a rotary carving tool. The plan…

Woodcarvers Club Noah’s Ark Raffle

Kathy Stauffer, PC Woodcarver VP PebbleCreek Woodcarvers Club’s Noah’s Ark raffle is finally here! This beautiful ark, with removable parts and at least 40 pieces (not suitable for young children due to possible choking hazard with some smaller pieces), is approximately two feet long. It would make a great gift or centerpiece for your home or church.…

David Linth is February Woodcarver of the Month

David with several of his carvings on the middle shelf of the display window in the Creative Arts Center

David Linth is the PebbleCreek Woodcarvers Club woodcarver of the month for February 2020. David and his wife, Karen, moved to PebbleCreek in December 2014. At that time, Robert Johnson was teaching a class on how to carve northwest Indian-themed objects. David and Robert quickly became friends and David joined the carving club. David is one…

PebbleCreek Woodcarvers Club – summer projects

Lyle Chrisman and his Apache trout.

Larry Matney The PebbleCreek Woodcarvers Club slowed down during the summer, but many members are busy completing projects or starting new ones. Here are two projects that are related to classes that will be taught during the new carving season. The first example is a walking stick flute by Richard Schlotzhauer. Richard is one of several instructors…

PebbleCreek Woodcarvers Club upcoming classes

A flute created by Kathy Stauffer.

PebbleCreek Woodcarvers Club starts the new carving season in October and has several new classes planned for this season. The club had several small classes this summer. One new class was learning how to build a Native American-style flute. The flutes can be seen in the club’s display window in the Creative Arts Center. Here…

PebbleCreek Woodcarvers Club – The Beer

If you have ever stopped by the Woodcarvers’ room in the Creative Arts Center you probably have seen strange and interesting creations that push reality a bit. Richard Schmidt created one of these creatures by carving a Black Bear with antlers from a Whitetail Deer. It is called a Beer. The piece is created entirely…