My Wood carving blog
Welcome to my ornament and wood carving blog on which news is posted regularly.
Durability, tradition and manufacturing with passion are the basic ingredients and I would like to introduce you to the complexity of a very fascinating art and craft.
You will be informed extensively about new projects and commissions (only those for which permission has been obtained; the wishes of our clients are always respected !). But also about new developments, findings and wood carving techniques.
Comprehensive features on museum collections, castle visits, ornamentation or certain style periods will be discussed.
I will introduce you to my passion. I hope this blog can be a source of inspiration.
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The wood carving studio of Patrick Damiaens.
Carving Project: Carving an Art Deco style cared wooden panel for a house-door.
AUGUSTUSBURG and FALKENLUST in BRÜHL , Germany
The Palaces AUGUSTUSBURG and FALKENLUST | Augustusburg in BRÜHL | GERMAN ROCOCO INTERIORS
The Castle of GAASBEEK | The Neo-Gothic and Renaissance style
Neo-style Interiors and Architectural Carvings | A Belgian Castle, Castle of Gaasbeek, near Brussels
Carving of family Coat of arms & crests | Carved family crest
Coat of Arms carved in wood for Royalty and Nobility, particular family, emblems for clubs, city, company or organisations...
Medusa ornament as ornamental carving
The decorative ornament MEDUSA,
Greek mythology as carved decoration. A particularly common decorative ornament is the head of Medusa carved in wood or stone.
A wooden Challenge Trophy Cup carved
Club trophy carved in wood,
Concordia Peer in Belgium has 137 years of history immortalized in the form of a wooden challenge trophy
18th century style wood carving | Aubert Parent
Jean Démontreuil is a French woodcarver who practiced his trade in the same period as his compatriot Aubert-Henri-Joseph Parent.
Custom-made architectural carvings
Several stages of the carving process for an over-door ornament (supraporte in Latin) with the help of some pictures.