At the Woodcarved Art Gallery, we bring our medium through every phase, from tree to art, ourselves. On our 70 acre farm, carver Jim Stadtlander manages a forest where much of our carving wood grows. He cuts the trees, (and replants), mills them into lumber and dries that lumber in a kiln or air dries larger pieces. Some, for years before selling it to other carvers or choosing just the right piece for a sculpture. Jim works in all types of wood, while carver Diane Harto generally prefers basswood.
In the Carving School Diane teaches a full schedule of weekly classes as well as weekend seminars.