Wood Carvings by Mark Sheridan

A Busy Summer

Well, this has been a busy and productive summer and it looks like the fall will be at least as busy.  Right now I have most of the carpets removed from the first floor of our home and will be getting the sub-floors ready for installing some hardwood in a few weeks.  Following that, I have a fence that I really need to fix up a bit before winter…and that’ll be a bit of a big project as well.  I do have the Magic in Wood Show and Competition coming up in mid-October to look forward to, but I don’t think that I’ll get much major carving in prior to that…other than the roughing-out of the little Bassets that I’ll use for leading the Learn by Doing portion of the show.

Although I haven’t moved too far along on my artistic duties this summer, my talented daughter, Emily, sure has.  She decided to try her hand at water colours and has struck another great talent.  Take a look at the paintings she’s produced.  Quite a gal.




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4 thoughts on “A Busy Summer

  1. Sounds like you have been exceptionally busy with more to come 🙂 Emily really has such great talents,these watercolours are pretty amazing,such detail in them and they are so cute.


  2. Un 10 !! a todas estas acuarelas…. Que difícil arte es pintar con acuarela y que hermosas figuras has creado. Me quedo con la del gato :):):)
    Un gran abrazo .


  3. Gracias Pablo. Me gusta el gato también. Todos son pintadas por mi hija. Mark


  4. Thanks, Dad, for the post! And thank you Lynne and Pablo for the kind words!!

    I’ve been having fun with my mini animal watercolours … I’m definitely going to try some more!



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