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St. Martin Library showing Wood Sculptures of local artist Feranda

19 Dec 2014 7:53 AM | Tina Harry (Administrator)

The St. Martin Public Library is showing the art of local artist Vincent Feranda during the month of December and January.


Vincent, a patron of the library for many years, is a resident of St. Martin and is showing several wooden sculptures in the library. Most are hand-carved items of discarded logs, boards, and other wood scraps that are crafted to look like animals and fantasy characters with many suspended on poles.


He began his wood working craft by checking out books on the subject from the library back in 2010. Vincent started with hand tools carving smaller items. Recently, he added chain saw sculpting to his new-found talent and is still learning new techniques.


For more information on his work, call the library or visit at 15004 Lemoyne Blvd.



Photo by JGRLS public relations


Library patron Vincent Feranda is showing several wooden sculptures at the St. Martin Public Library this month.


Submitted by
Rex Bridges
PR & Marketing Manager
Jackson-George Regional Library


        

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