Marty Eddinger Woodcarvings

Marty Eddinger has taught me a lot and first got me interested in woodcarving. When he was in TN he showed me his new interest. Put a chisel in my hand. I ran it up some cedar and I was hooked on woodcarving.  He has taught me, encouraged me, and helped me so much. Woodcarving has brought a lot of peace and joy in my life. Marty told me he really felt the Lord’s presence  when he carved.  I understand that now that I do it. It is amazing ministry to me. He and his wife have moved back to Michigan a few years ago. He lives a couple blocks from me. We carve together when we can, and we both wish it could be more. I am so grateful to Marty and his teaching and encourage Here are some of his latest. He is a pretty amazing woodcarver, friend, pastor, teacher, and one of my greatest encouragers in my life.

NOTE: 2/10/17  Marty suddenly went to be with the Lord last week. He will be so missed by so many. I will miss him more than words are able to  express. I will cherish our friendship, woodcarving, and ministering together forever. 

 

A Millennial in Cottonwood Bark

IMG_5849This was a fun guy to do.  My July 2016 project I guess. Shop has been so hot, I have not carved out there much.  I left the eyes without pupils.  Alec Lacasse does that and I think its a nice touch artistically.   You should check out his stuff for sure.  Here is his link.  I took a lesson off him last year and will be scheduling another one. He is pretty amazing.  Click Alec Lacasse Artist and Sculptor.