Friday, May 8, 2020

A Tree Grows in a Forest

Art comes and is done in all mediums. Some we can approach, experiment with, and enjoy. But ones done in wood are beyond my comprehension. Those below are done by incredibly talented people.

Gabi Rizea






  

Not much else to say about these creations. Just sharing some things of beauty, to raise our eyes to nature.

Check this site out.  PInterest, a place of beauty.


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    1. We live near Idyllwild, CA, where there are several craftsmen who create such as these. Breathtaking.

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  2. Oh my goodness … words fail me. I'm so appreciative of your finding these and sharing them to lift spirits.

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    1. Living near many mountain communities along the San Bernardino mountains, amazing carvings are around the public squares. Can't afford them!

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  3. They really are gorgeous. In Sioux City there is a life-sized display of the Last Supper. It was all hand carved by an area artist.

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  4. THANKS, What beautiful work. And YES that it TALENT, skill and perseverance. Not only good, but so stinking creative....
    Sherry & jack

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    1. I still wonder how anyone could possibly take a large tree and carve such amazing creations.

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  5. I have not a creative bone in my body. ALL art blows me away, and I am incredibly grateful to see it (whatever the genre).

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  6. These are so fabulous, thank you :)

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  7. my son does some of they type of art but nothing like this.. these are amazing. we have two artist here in our town that go to homes and carve art out of stumps when people have trees removed. they are amazing also... thanks for showing these

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    1. Solutions for taking out trees! I would love to see your son's work.

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  8. These were a joy to see. Thank you.

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  9. Wow, totally incredible and amazing.

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  10. Creative indeed. I go to a few properties here that do it and they are awesome.

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  11. Wow. Such incredible talent.

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  12. Wow! Wow! Wow! What more can I say other than..."Wow!"

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    1. Wow is about the only word that says it all.

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  13. I like the woodpecker one the most. Wouldn't mind that in my garden.

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  14. They say the carver sees the image, and just cuts out what doesn't belong. WAAY beyond me, though

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    1. What do they see in their mind? How does image come out their hends?

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  15. I always wished that I had some sort of talent like that. Those are amazing.

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    1. I will always be the one who stands in awe.

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  16. Ohmyword, these are amazing! I am in awe of those of us with magic in their fingers! Sadly, I will always be an appreciator. Not an instigator! ;)

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!