Alex A Semenoff   Alex A Semenoff crafts his wood lathe turnings in the tradition of Doukhobor wood crafters in Canada. Alex Has expanded this tradition to pursue his own distinctive style and expression to bring out the natural beauty of wood. Each of his handy-crafts us a totally unique one of a kind work of art. All wood used is locally grown and personally harvested and cured...

Alex A Semenoff

Alex A Semenoff crafts his wood lathe turnings in the tradition of Doukhobor wood crafters in Canada. Alex Has expanded this tradition to pursue his own distinctive style and expression to bring out the natural beauty of wood. Each of his handy-crafts us a totally unique one of a kind work of art. All wood used is locally grown and personally harvested and cured...

Freeline Studios   "Freeline Studio is a furniture design and build company, led by Robert Nestman and Saskia Erdmann. Our passion is to create unique, modern furnishings and functional spaces, such as in-home offices and libraries. We produce a line of furnishings for selected retailers, but our focus is mainly on custom work for our clients."..

Freeline Studios

"Freeline Studio is a furniture design and build company, led by Robert Nestman and Saskia Erdmann. Our passion is to create unique, modern furnishings and functional spaces, such as in-home offices and libraries. We produce a line of furnishings for selected retailers, but our focus is mainly on custom work for our clients."..

Mark Mickey   Mark took a keen interest in the traditional art of the Nuu Chah Nulth people and benefitted greatly from his parents’ teaching of the traditional ways. Mark has developed a style of very much his own and enjoys carving masks and bowls out of the harder woods found in the area. Mark is also known for his finely detailed miniature masks. Mark’s sculptures are found in collections around the world and he is one of the premiere Nuu Chah Nulth artists.

Mark Mickey

Mark took a keen interest in the traditional art of the Nuu Chah Nulth people and benefitted greatly from his parents’ teaching of the traditional ways. Mark has developed a style of very much his own and enjoys carving masks and bowls out of the harder woods found in the area. Mark is also known for his finely detailed miniature masks. Mark’s sculptures are found in collections around the world and he is one of the premiere Nuu Chah Nulth artists.

Keith Plumley   When Keith’s passionate and creative spirit met with the awe inspiring spirit of the Clayoquot Sound’s old growth forests, he evolved his wood turning skills and modified his lathe to be able to create larger turned works, up to 3 feet across. He wanted his work to suggest the monumental size and spirit of these ancient trees. He usually works with red cedar and yellow cedar, sometimes maple, hemlock, spruce, or pine.

Keith Plumley

When Keith’s passionate and creative spirit met with the awe inspiring spirit of the Clayoquot Sound’s old growth forests, he evolved his wood turning skills and modified his lathe to be able to create larger turned works, up to 3 feet across. He wanted his work to suggest the monumental size and spirit of these ancient trees. He usually works with red cedar and yellow cedar, sometimes maple, hemlock, spruce, or pine.

Ken Wiesner   At first, Ken carved animals and characters. The recreation centre proved to be a great place, there were frequently master carvers coming in to show the other carvers how to improve and to give them tips. Then Ken saw one or two guys carving on cottonwood bark and he has been hooked ever since.

Ken Wiesner

At first, Ken carved animals and characters. The recreation centre proved to be a great place, there were frequently master carvers coming in to show the other carvers how to improve and to give them tips. Then Ken saw one or two guys carving on cottonwood bark and he has been hooked ever since.