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How to Make a Wooden Yarn Swift in Impossible Bottle

Yarn Swift

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditGoogle+How to Make a Wooden Yarn Swift in Impossible Bottle Disclaimer  This is intended for people of legal drinking age The first rays of sunrise burst through the morning haze. The village is still immersed in fog, the only thing visible over the thin veil is an old wooden church tower. As ...

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Making of Traditional Wooden Gates in The Land of Wood

traditional wooden gates

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditGoogle+When it comes to visiting Maramureș, many travelers fantasize about walking along the massive carved gates beautifully aligned on the alleys. Traditional wooden gates are often found at the entrance to towns and other public domains. Before and during the interwar period, only the nobility, those with historic and social ...

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Shake Roofing – A Trade Preserving The Carpathian Mountains Old Charm

Shake Roofing

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditGoogle+Shake Roofing – A Trade Preserving The Carpathian Mountains Old Charm Much of the charm and splendor of Maramureș lies into the heart of the villages, where massive carved wooden gates guard robust traditional houses of yesteryear. The abundance of timber has driven interest in woodworking among men, who have ...

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The Romanian Wooden Spoon Carver – Home and Workshop

Spoon Carving

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditGoogle+Traditional Wood Craftsman Demonstrates Spoon Carving You can tell so much about a person by the way he builds his fence. Tall fences, stone walls indicate a need for privacy, while a short fence lets you see inside someone’s yard. This is so common for the traditional houses from Bucovina. They ...

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Polish Artisan Bolek Maierik’s Wood Carving Tips and Secrets

Wood Carving Tips

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditGoogle+Sculptor Bolek Maierik’s Wood Carving Tips and Secrets Bolek Maierik is a Polish stone carver and wood artisan living in Pleșa, Bucovina, a north Romanian village, mainly inhabited by Polish people. After four years of studying the Art Academy in Poland, he returns to his homeland, sculpting and enjoying a peaceful life ...

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Traditional Romanian Wood Artisan Carving Masks and Figures

Wood Artisan

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinRedditGoogle+Toader Ignătescu is a well known Romanian wood artisan, carving masks and figures. He was born on the 4th of february, 1957 in Comănești, Suceava (Bucovina). He made his artistic debut in 1987 at the Festival “Cântarea României”. He has exhibited his work in Europe. Private collections from North and ...

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