Indiana State woodcarving

Editor's Choice - May 27, 2016

This is a woodcarving that I made for the Conner Prairie project in Indianapolis Indiana. This started out to be relief carving on the state but ended up being chip carving. The piece is approx. 4’-6” x 3’-0” and the poplar back panel is 9/4 with a applied basswood panel that is 4/4.

Woods: poplar

Tools: sabersaw clamps orbital sander

Tags: indiana chip carving

Roger Strautman


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lightweightladylefty ...


Your carving is so perfect that if I didn’t know you carved it, I would think it was CNC’d. Thanks for sharing your great work!


a1jim ...

Very nice work Roger

MsDebbieP ...

another fantastic piece of work!!!

lanwater ...

Very Clean carving. All the corners I could see are well define and sharp.

The piece is excellent.

Wheaties - Bruce A Wheatcroft ( BAW Woodworking) ...

Another fantastic job .

CarvedArtStudio511 ...

very nice .super job on the carving

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