Carving Hummingbirdsby Charles Solomon, David Hamilton
Techniques and tips for two hummingbird species: the ruby-throated and the broad-tailed hummingbirds. Includes anatomical information, step-by-step carving demonstrations, more than 75 color photos, and detailed habitat information.
- Fox Chapel Publishing Company, Incorporated
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- 8.50(w) x 11.08(h) x 0.28(d)
Meet the Author
Chuck Solomon is a terrestrial ecologist and works primarily with endangered species in the Central Valley of California. He has been teaching carving classes and participating in carving competitions for over 15 years. He has won more than 100 ribbons at shows in Colorado, California, Alaska and Canada, including Best of Show and Best of Division. Chuck has also judged several shows in Colorado. His work consists primarily of songbirds, waterfowl and mammals, both realistic and interpretive.
Chuck currently lives in the Sacramento, California, area where he works, carves, teaches classes and is an active member of the Capital Woodcarvers Association and California Carvers Guild.
Dave Hamilton is an ecologist by profession, working primarily in the area of wetland ecology. He has been carving and competing in shows for almost 20 years. While Dave enjoys carving a variety of bird species, he specializes in hummingbirds and in the wading birds common to the wetlands he works on professionally. He also enjoys carving stylized pieces and reproductions of antique decoys. Dave lives in Fort Collins, Colorado, where he carves, teaches classes, and is a member of the Northern Colorado Woodcarvers.
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Comprehensive and complete! Takes readers step-by-step through the carving of hummingbirds. Everything from carving to painting to habitat is covered in detail. Only the reliance on power carving stops a 5-star rating! Overall, a superb and recommende title!