On April 11th and 12th we had 4 to 5 hour carving session at Homosassa and Inverness Library. It was Library week . Here are a few pics.
We had a great class with Dave Stetson . He was very informative . I learned a whole bunch . If you want to caricature carve I recommend his class. He puts things in kindergarten language . Which help me a lot. Here are some photo’s
SPRING PICNIC WILL BE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER , 22ND, 2016. 11:30 AM TILL 3:00 PM. IT WILL BE AT THE EAST CITRUS COMMUNITY CENTER . CLUB WILL PROVIDE MEAT AND DRINKS . MEMBERS ARE ASK TO PROVIDE SIDE DISHES OR DESSERTS . WE WILL NEED YOU TO COMPLETE THE PICNIC SLIP . THIS IS SO WE CAN PROJECT HOW MUCH MEAT AND DRINKS TO PROVIDE . SO IF YOU DON’T SIGN THE SHEET ,YOU DON’T GET NO MEAT !! THESE LUNCHES ARE THE ONLY TIME WE COME CLOSE TO BEING ALL TOGETHER. SO SEE IF YA’LL CAN MAKE A SPECIAL EFFORT TO MAKE IT !!! DON’T FORGET TO BRING YOUR NEW CARVING . WE NEED PICTURE TO PLACE THEM ON OUR WEB SITE .
Thanks to all the club members that help makes our shows happen! Many hands make for light work . The special thanks for those that gave and help make our raffle items. To Dave Melton for running the show for 10 years successfully . In our January meeting received a plaque of recognition of appreciation for doing so !
BELOW IS A SLIDE SHOW BY DON PUENT OF THE 2015 SHOW.
THE 2015 NATURE COAST CARVING CLUB SHOW
HERE A SLIDE SHOW PUT TOGETHER BY DON PUENT : THIS SLIDE SHOW IS FROM 2014
HERE IS ANOTHER SLIDE SHOW OF THE 2015 SHOW, PICTURES WHERE TAKING BY : BONNIE S. http://youtu.be/3W4bZYq-g7o
THANKS TO THE FOLKS THAT SAT IN ON THE SESSIONS . SOME OF YOU DID IT MORE THAN ONCE AND THE CLUB THANKS YOU.
The Pete LeClair class was great! We carved a Hobo and Pete’s instructions where right on spot. Went from a ruff-out to painting in four days. One day was all on construction of caricature faces which was very informative! Paul and Rusty were very gracious hosts. We would all like to thank them for the food and the clean up each day. Believe me, some days there were so many wood chips on the floor of their living room, it looked like farm animals should live there. We would like to thank Pete for sharing his talent with us. We made another life long friend! Here is a slide show of the event (click the link below). http://youtu.be/xoAIX-yfCiM