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Wood Carvings by Mark Sheridan

A Fine Time for Hockey

I know that my timing isn’t the greatest with the Stanley Cup just wrapped up and the summer temperatures finally here…but I’m going to finally finish my carving of the penalty-serving hockey player that I started some time ago.

I’ve taken a few days off of carving as I was visiting my Mom in Niagara Falls these past few days and did a “bit” of gardening around her house.  So, I’m back at carving, well sculpting, and resting my sore muscles a bit.

Right now I’m sculpting where I’ll want the wrinkles in the jersey along the back shoulders and will return to the front shoulder pads this weekend.   Still needs work but when I get that done…it’s on to carving!

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  1. Lynne on said:

    This is going to be a fantastic sculpture Mark,can’t wait too see more of it coming along,you have captured the wrinkles in the jersey perfectly….it really was a tough game for this guy 🙂
    I hope you enjoyed your visit with your mom.

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