"Wildlife Art carved in beautiful, local hardwoods along with spoons, bowls and functional art." Phone 207-319-8221 Web Site kenwisewoodcarver.com Email firstname.lastname@example.org Mere Point, Brunswick Maine "I carve Wildlife Art from local trees, depicting birds and animals from the North Woods and Coast of Maine, using the wood grain, colors, and textures to bring the pieces to life"
Bruce Goodwin / BGoodWorks 48 Oliver Street Bath, ME 04530 email@example.com 207-443-3072 http://bgoodworks.blogspot.com http://mainebeachbag.blogspot.com I love to vanish into vivid imagination. Designing & making stained glass windows in New Orleans in 1970s left me wanting. I began shaping driftwood and stone into sculptural assemblages. Transposing found objects became my art.
Contact: Wayne Robbins Wayne Robbins Wood Carving - Wood - Visual Arts - Sculpture PHONE:207-443-2287 EMAIL:firstname.lastname@example.org WEB ADDRESS:www.waynerobbins.com Wayne Robbins has been sculpting sea creatures for more than 25 years. His personal knowledge of marine life allows him to gracefully and beautifully recreate whales and seals from around the world.
phone (207)725-7137 email: email@example.com On Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/cheever.lee I am a multifaceted artist. I have experience as a chef, teacher, mom, administrator, sailor and more. Life has presented many interesting opportunities which often manifest in my work.My years of living overseas, and my love of travel has shaped my work and my approaches to what I create, cook and my personal philosophies. I enjoy many forms of expression involving light and space. The seasons and my traveling shape the work in my studio. As a teacher in Virginia, I employed all my passions in art, historical reflection to aesthetic discussion to hands-on creation. Teaching affords a chance to exchange ideas, participate in exploring new horizons and introduce new skills that delight the students. International experiences have given me a variety of perspectives in the arts and in the creativity of human nature. A passion for aesthetics has created an environment of discourse and visual stimulation.