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Gallery at Rockfish Gap Country Store

  • August 3, 2014
Gallery at Rockfish Gap Country Store

We had always heard about the antique and home and garden decor store at Rockfish Gap. We boosted our exposure last fall by renting space in the store. They had a beautiful, large wood table in the loft space, and we filled it with Mark's wood sculptures. The table displayed bears, eagles, owls, hawks, roosters, a pair of cattle horns, a shark, and a pair of ammonite shells. Mark also set a big black bear out in front of the store. That big fellow draw a lot of attention!  

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Family of perched owls

  • September 16, 2013
Family of perched owls

Mark has been carving lots of small to medium size owls of all types and styles on decorative, rustic bases.

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Flying Owl Carved from Red Oak

  • March 10, 2013
Flying Owl Carved from Red Oak

This 5 foot tall flying owl is Mark's latest large chainsaw sculpture. Carved from reclaimed Red Oak, the owl has burned and chiseled feather details, white accents around the face, and is sealed with a satin outdoor polyurethane. See more photos of the finished owl.

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Two Owls Carved for a Wedding

  • October 6, 2012
Two Owls Carved for a Wedding

We just said goodbye to this adorable pair of owls as their new owner picked them up for his wedding where they'll be a centerpiece display. We loved them so much that Mark carved a second pair which will be finished in the next week.

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The Wedding Gift

  • June 16, 2012
The Wedding Gift

This spring Mark carved a pair of very unique sculptures for Jason, the owner of Big Secret, a laser etching and cutting business in Richmond, as a surprise wedding present for his new bride. One sculpture has a bear body and a bird head; the other has a bird body and a bear head. The sculptures represent the couples love of bears (the bride's ring has a custom bear design), and the bride's name is Bird. Mark delivered the sculptures to Smith Mountain Lake, where the wedding took place, and where...

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New owl sculpture in reclaimed Hemlock

  • March 3, 2012
New owl sculpture in reclaimed Hemlock

Mark has been working on an owl with a carved base.

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