Monthly Archives: November 2012
I finally can post a picture of the biggest whale I’ve ever carved.It’s 5 feet long, carved from an old piece of pine and heavily painted to withstand the Cape Cod weather.
Wood chips are flying ,and will be for a few more days before I can start putting the finishes on all my Christmas orders . Some of the carvings will be painted , others gilded with 23 karat gold . … Continue reading
I finished the 5 foot Whale I mentioned the other day. The customer that ordered it hasn’t seen it yet so I don’t want to post a picture of it till he sees it. Sorry , but I can show you … Continue reading
Today I consigned this 3 foot humpback whale at the Atlantic workshop gallery in Chatham Massachusetts. I lashed it up my self.
Wack to bork After a few days of steelhead trout fishing I’m back to work on a five foot sperm whale . I’ll be posting pictures of it and other carvings plus all sorts of Cape Cod adventure . Stay salty
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Welcome to Geoff Semonian’s woodcarving blog! Here Geoff will be posting photos and descriptions of his latest work, current studio events and other articles of personal interest. Please be sure to check back soon as he plans to update this … Continue reading