A Day in October with Leon Bibel


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WOOD ART by Leon Bibel

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Entrance Road

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First Wood Work

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Humanity and Music

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Geometrical Works

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Lion Head - 1

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Lion Head - 2

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Balancing Time

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Three Men in a Tub

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Mary Mary ….

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Mary Mary…. Old King Cole Jack and Jill

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Jack Be Nimble

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Hickory Dickory Dock

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Jack and Jill

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Mother and Child

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Mother and Child in Profile

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Man and Woman - 1

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Man and Woman - 2

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Grogger - 1

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Grogger - 2

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Man in Horizontal Flight

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Tree of Life

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Garden of Eden - 1

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Garden of Eden - 2

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Garden of Eden - 3

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Garden of Eden - 4

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Garden of Eden - 5

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Garden of Eden - 6

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Four Seasons including Winter

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The Engagement

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Rider College 1983

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Ice Hockey Baseball

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SOME CONVENIENT DESCRIPTIONS OF WOODWORKING TOOLS USED IN CREATING ART A scroll saw is small electric or pedal operated saw useful for cutting intricate curves where a jigsaw or coping saw is not appropriate. It is somewhat similar to a band saw but unlike band saws, where the sawblade is a continuous loop, scroll saws use sawblades similar to a coping saw's, and operates through a reciprocating up and down motion. A jigsaw is a type of saw used for cutting arbitrary curves, such as stenciled designs or other custom shapes, into a piece of wood or similar material. It is usually used in a more artistic fashion than other saws, which only cut in straight lines and exist mainly to chop pieces of wood to length for building structure. In this way, it is similar to the rasp and the chisel. In carpentry, a coping saw is a type of saw used to cut intricate shapes, and especially interior cutouts. It consists of a very thin blade stretched between the ends of a C- shaped frame, to which the handle is attached. The blade is easily removed from this frame, so that it can be passed through a drilled hole in the middle of a piece of wood, reattached, and start cutting from the middle of the piece.

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A band saw is a saw that can be used for woodworking, metal working, and a variety of other materials. It gets its name from its blade, consisting of a narrow band of toothed metal. This band rides on two large wheels stacked vertically with a space between them. Band saws are particularly useful for cutting irregular shapes. A gouge is a tool similar to a chisel except its blade edge is not flat, but instead is curved or angled in cross-section. The modern version is generally hafted inline, the blade and handle typically having the same long axis. If the angle of the plane of the blade is on the outer surface of the curve the gouge is called an 'incannel' gouge, otherwise it is known as an 'outcannel' gouge. Gouges with angled rather than curved blades are often called 'V-gouges' or 'vee-parting tools'. Variations include 'crank-neck' gouges, 'spoon-bent' gouges, etc. A chisel is a tool for carving and/or cutting a hard material such as wood, stone, or metal. A chisel, typically made of hardened or tempered steel, or more rarely, common steel, consists of a sharpened end (called the blade) attached to a straight handle. The handle and blade of some types of chisels are made in one piece. Fretwork is an interlaced decorative design that is either carved in low relief on a solid background, or cut out with a fretsaw or scroll saw. Most fretwork patterns are geometric in design. The materials most commonly used are wood and metal. Fretwork is used to adorn furniture and musical instruments.

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