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Hobbies & Crafts

Woodcarving Magazine

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128 Reviews   •  English   •   Hobbies & Crafts (Woodworking)
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Woodcarving is a truly international title that focuses on the art and techniques of carving as practised all over the world. The magazine is a blend of inspiration and instruction, with fascinating features about prized and historic examples of the craft. Published six times a year, Woodcarving contains a diverse mix of illustrated step-by-step projects and techniques to help readers improve their skills. Readers’ work from the UK and abroad is included in every issue, helping to convey the magazine as an important home for the global carving community.
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Issue 201 Issue 201 of Woodcarving magazine is filled with a host of great articles for you. Our Guest Editor, Peter Benson, welcomes you to the issue; begins a two-part article describing the carving of a boy playing on a rope swing; learns about Ken Veal’s biggest carving inspirations; and contemplates why and how we carve. In our Projects section, Steve Bisco carves a low relief flower pattern in the Arts & Crafts style; Cedric Boynes creates unusual whale tail jewellery holders; Dave Western replicates an ancient Celtic design with his boar rattle; Zoë Gertner creates a scene of a gardener’s boots on a doormat; Colin Burlton carves a swimming otter; Rick Uttley recreates a classic bicycle in wood; Graham Thompson explains how he came to carve his first horse’s head; and Kevin Alviti is inspired by a trip to Warwick Castle to carve a medieval-style toy sword. In Techniques, Nic Westermann sharpens a Crown Gooseneck scraper. In Features, Matilda (Tilly) Rudken tells us about her carving and the mentors who’ve helped her along the way; we showcase pieces from Gallery FUMI’s exhibition of work by US sculptor Casey McCafferty; and we visit the Louvre. We also have updates from the carving community and a peek at our next issue. All this and more in Woodcarving magazine 201!


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Issue 201 of Woodcarving magazine is filled with a host of great articles for you. Our Guest Editor, Peter Benson, welcomes you to the issue; begins a two-part article describing the carving of a boy playing on a rope swing; learns about Ken Veal’s biggest carving inspirations; and contemplates why and how we carve.

In our Projects section, Steve Bisco carves a low relief flower pattern in the Arts & Crafts style; Cedric Boynes creates unusual whale tail jewellery holders; Dave Western replicates an ancient Celtic design with his boar rattle; Zoë Gertner creates a scene of a gardener’s boots on a doormat; Colin Burlton carves a swimming otter; Rick Uttley recreates a classic bicycle in wood; Graham Thompson explains how he came to carve his first horse’s head; and Kevin Alviti is inspired by a trip to Warwick Castle to carve a medieval-style toy sword.

In Techniques, Nic Westermann sharpens a Crown Gooseneck scraper.

In Features, Matilda (Tilly) Rudken tells us about her carving and the mentors who’ve helped her along the way; we showcase pieces from Gallery FUMI’s exhibition of work by US sculptor Casey McCafferty; and we visit the Louvre.

We also have updates from the carving community and a peek at our next issue.

All this and more in Woodcarving magazine 201!
read more read less
Woodcarving is a truly international title that focuses on the art and techniques of carving as practised all over the world. The magazine is a blend of inspiration and instruction, with fascinating features about prized and historic examples of the craft. Published six times a year, Woodcarving contains a diverse mix of illustrated step-by-step projects and techniques to help readers improve their skills. Readers’ work from the UK and abroad is included in every issue, helping to convey the magazine as an important home for the global carving community.

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Outstanding Magazine. Although, Has the tendency for too many articles on carving animals. Reviewed 18 February 2021

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I would like to see more from women carvers. Very much enjoy the magazine Reviewed 18 March 2020

Great for professionals

Lots of lessons Reviewed 24 July 2019

Very inspiring

Full of ideas Reviewed 23 July 2019

Never disappoints

Shelving at its best Reviewed 20 July 2019

Articles in this issue


Below is a selection of articles in Woodcarving Issue 201.