Doane Experience Workshop – July 24-30, 2011

Posted on 26. Jan, 2011 by .

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Fish Carving Class: Choice of Five Fresh Water Fish [ Bass, Bluegill, Crappie, Northern or Walleye] Carve, paint and mount your own fish, whether its from a favorite childhood outing, a Canadian Fly In Dream, or the one that got away. See Events Calendar for Class information.

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The Durham Museum Omaha, Nebraska

Posted on 08. Oct, 2010 by .

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Gary, myself, and Dennis Jackson represented the Mid-America Woodcarvers Association at the Durham Museum Sunday Oct 3, 2010. As Woodcarvers, along with antique tractors, blacksmithing and quilting we represented a then and now glimpse of farming in conjunction with the Soil Exhibit from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.

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CornBelt Carving Club of Bloomington

Posted on 08. Oct, 2010 by .

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The CornBelt Carving Club of Bloomington, Illinois invited us to present a three day Fish Woodcarving seminar on Bass, Bluegil and Crappie. Besides the woodcarving and painting expierence they brought to the class, during show and tell John Bare brought in a scroll sawed piano he had cut out and Don Terven a recurve bow […]

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Fremont Nebraska Pathfinders Carvers Club

Posted on 08. Sep, 2010 by .

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The Pathfinders Carvers Club of Fremont Nebraska invited us this spring to teach them how to wood carve and paint a Largemouth Bass. The club is based out of a small community outside of Omaha, NE. Many of the carvers had the added burden of severe weather and flood waters detering their attendance however, they […]

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Doane 2010

Posted on 08. Sep, 2010 by .

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What does counting fish scales, watching turtles , airbrushing, woodcarving and eating cookies have in common? The answer: Doane 2010. The view from our classroom was spectacular; a window overlooked two small lakes, where large turtles were trolling the water’s edge. And while the scenery was a beautiful distraction, at least one of our students […]

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16 Annual Wahpeton Carving Weekend

Posted on 12. Jul, 2010 by .

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This year our Wahpeton fish woodcarving project was the Largemouth Bass. We challenged the 12 member class with carving and painting the popular fish in a three day workshop. All the carvers did a great job on their fish, which not only showed their skill, but patience. We always look forward to teaching at Wahpeton […]

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Two Fish Two Tales

Posted on 29. Jun, 2010 by .

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In our line of work, almost everything we carve has a story behind it. Here at Woodcarvings By Klingers, we recently finished a project with a story that we thought you’d enjoy. On a summer day in July of 2008, the Marlatt family was out fishing with their two sons at a pond owned by […]

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2010 Gretna Woodcarvers Retreat

2010 Gretna Woodcarvers Retreat

Posted on 24. Feb, 2010 by .

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The 2010 Gretna Woodcarving Retreat came and went with typical Nebraska ice, blizzard and white-out conditions. Twelve deer passing by the large windows of the 4H Center Lodge seemed to set the tone for a peaceful, relaxing atmosphere to create some great carving projects. Over fifty carvers participated in a choice of individual carving or […]

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Rainbow Trout Woodcarved and Airbrushed Doane Experience 2010 Project

Rainbow Trout Woodcarved and Airbrushed Doane Experience 2010 Project

Posted on 09. Feb, 2010 by .

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A Rainbow Trout woodcarved and airbrushed will be our Doane Experience Project July 25-31, 2010. If you are interested in carving this project contact us or the MidAmericaWoodcarvers.com as soon as possible for further information, class size is limited. This is a great opportunity to add airbrushing to your list of skills

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