OneOak tree in its own image (2)

posted on July 2, 2012

This is the latest installment from Terry Hardaker on his progress in carving a relief portrait of the OneOak tree in its own wood.

Terry has had to deal with a large split that developed in the wood but nevertheless is making good progress. In this photograph taken in late June, it is possible to see some of the leafy canopy emerging in the carving. He will be working on the carving and demonstrating at Art in Action in July (read more).

OneOak relief carving by Terry Hardaker as of 26th June 2012

OneOak relief carving by Terry Hardaker as of 26th June 2012

Read more about Terry Hardaker’s OneOak work


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