Three Mathews County woodcrafters will exhibit their works on Friday and Saturday at Mathews Historical Museum, located at 200 Main Street.
The exhibition will include demonstrations as well as sales of various pieces that these crafters have created. Hours are 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, and 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday.
Woodcrafters scheduled to take part include:
David Parker, who retired to Hallieford in 2008 and began a new hobby, turning woods of different types into functional items. He is a member of the Mathews Lions Club and Piankatank Ruritan Club.
Ron Litwinski of Diggs attended Mathews High School and specializes in blending woods into cutting boards and charcuterie boards.
Jack Minogue of Gwynn’s Island is a carver of figurines, nautical items, and fanciful faces.
Jack Minogue, carver, with fanciful faces (below).
David Parker with one of his turned creations.
Ron Litwinski of Diggs creates cutting boards.
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