One of two rhinos Andy Hylton fashioned from the root of a downed tree.
Two little girls enjoyed this doll furniture carved by their great-uncle Hines Sutphin.
Bird sculpture created from a tree limb with a burl.
The soapstone used in this Marie Goad piece was carved with woodworking tools.
Early set of R.O.’s Dancing Dolls made for his cousin Andy Hylton.
Limber jack dolls that dance in time to a musician’s strumming.
Dolls designed by R.O. Slusher, Jr., to dance as a couple.
Abstract sculpture formed from a burled branch.
Pair of bells fabricated from repurposed metal objects.
Lidded box created from folded chewing gum wrappers.
Set of four heads carved from hickory nuts.
Roger Vest shares the essence of Noah’s menagerie in an ark designed to make viewers laugh out loud.
Selma Keith’s farm landscape is teeming with creatures wild and domesticated.
Cloth doll stuffed with old stockings and beloved by a child in the George Royal family.
Marie Goad carved this turtle from soapstone she found near her home.
Interior wall board repurposed as a reversible game board for “Fox and Geese” or “Twelve Man Morris.”
Selma Keith used both carved and painted details in creating this swan.