Rob Layton
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Scottish Green Man. This compelling carving is based on a 15th century misericord (choir stall carving) in Dunblane Cathedral, Scotland.  The green man was a symbol of regeneration and oneness with the earth.  Misericords were carvings underneath the seats of the choir stalls in medieval churches and hence featured many secular and pagan themes such as the green man.  Dunblane Cathedral was founded by King David I in the 13th century

Scottish Green Man. This compelling carving is based on a 15th century misericord (choir stall carving) in Dunblane Cathedral, Scotland. The green man was a symbol of regeneration and oneness with the earth. Misericords were carvings underneath the seats of the choir stalls in medieval churches and hence featured many secular and pagan themes such as the green man. Dunblane Cathedral was founded by King David I in the 13th century

Hearing help

Hearing help

This is especially great if you live in a wet climate! 5 Creative Ways to Reuse Everyday Things

This is especially great if you live in a wet climate! 5 Creative Ways to Reuse Everyday Things

Sharpening a v-chisel (or Parting tool) - YouTube

Sharpening a v-chisel (or Parting tool) - YouTube

wood_carving_beaver

wood_carving_beaver