A 16" male Brook Trout in Maine breeding colors.
Peregrine Falcon hatching, sharing the table with a recently hatched Barred Owl.
I have very few photos of the many Powertool carvings I've made.
Customers are invited to email photos to me of any of my Powertool carvings they may own, if they would like them added to this site.
"Thanks so much for all you do for so many nature lovers out there!" PS
A picture sent to me of one of my carvings somebody bought on Ebay. It was obviously not well cared for: claws are broken; the bee that was originally on the cub's nose is missing; it is very dusty and dinged-up. I made a few of these while living in Long Lake, NY, calling them "A Nose For Trouble".
An unfinished Horned Grebe - modeled after one I had rescued that was later floating in this pose in my bathtub.
My first chainsaw carving -- a life-sized Black Bear.
This is one of the earliest carvings I made while living in Long Lake, after I first decided to carve for a living. It is numbered #11 and is dated 11-12-83. It was textured with a wood-burner - possibly the first carving I ever "burned". Part of a private collection.
A life-sized Chihuahuan Raven carved for good customers and friends in Arizona.
Life-size Cooper's Hawk from solid piece of basswood.
Male Pileated Woodpecker
Miniature Peregrine Falcom. Bird and rocks are carved from solid piece of basswood.