New Brunswick Wood Carving Competition and Sale
NB Wood Carving Competition and Sale 2019
The Sir James Dunn Academy
180 King Street, Saint Andrews, NB
August 9-11, 2019
The New Brunswick Wood Carving Association extends its sincere thanks to the many sponsors and volunteers who have contributed to the success of this year’s competition.
Next year’s competition will be held August 7-9, 2020. Stay tuned for updates as they become available.
The New Brunswick Woodcarving Association is again offering a $300 purchase award for a carving of a whale (any whale). The winning carving will be used in our raffle draw for the 2021 competition. The carving will be chosen at our 2020 competition and will be featured on the raffle tickets.
Information for Carvers
Random 2019 Photos
JD Irving Ltd. $1500 – Loon and Chick by Maurice Isnor
AV Group $1500 – Bald Eagle by Maurice Isnor
Picket Fence Motel $300 – Santa by Ted Boothroyd
NBWCA $300 – Saw Whet Owl TBA
Doug Johnson $50 – Comfort Bird by Brian Dykeman
Best Night Time Theme – Judy Lynn Sorrie
Best Warbler Theme – Mike Drury
Best of Show – Novice – David McRoberts – Dragon
2nd Best of Show – Novice – Dan Owens – Small Mouth Bass
3rd Best of Show – Novice – Pamela Burpee – Turtle
Best of Show – Intermediate – Sean Corrigan – Merlin
2nd Best of Show – Intermediate – Richard Cyr – Bufflehead Hen
3rd Best of Show – Intermediate – Richard Cyr – Harlequin Drake
Best of Show – Advanced – John Bray – Sperm Whale
2nd Best of Show – Advanced – John Bray – Sora
3rd Best of Show – Advanced – John Bray – Falcon
Best of Show – Masters – Art Wolff – Flying Kestrel
2nd Best of Show – Masters – Maurice Isnor – Great Blue Heron
3rd Best of Show – Masters – Art Wolff – Great Horned Owl
In the coming months, we are hoping to profile a number of our carvers in this section. If you know of someone who has a unique approach to carving or has an interesting carving story to tell, please let us know via the “Contact Us” section.
The following article was written just a couple of weeks prior to our August competition. Any of you who were at the competition most likely met or saw our featured couple – Walter and Alma Bidlake.
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Photos From NBWCCS 2019
Countdown to 2020 NBWCCS