Jim Scarsella

Coleus in the shade

Walnut bowl 10" x 6" Finished with airbrushed acrylics, oil and lacquer

Coleus in the shade
Jim Scarsella, Dec 1, 2010
    • Jake Debski
      Absolutely stunning. The balance between the Walnut rim and colored carving(s) is excellent.
    • fgvanatta
      An exceptionally beautiful piece. Great detail on the carving, perfectly accented with the airbrushing.
    • Dennis Barley
      This is just exquisite. Great job.

      Dennis
    • Jim Scarsella
      Thank you all for the nice comments.
      Jim
    • odie
      I am truly impressed!

      Great job on the carving, comes off really well......

      ooc
    • Don Leydens
      What an exceptional piece of work (and a lot of it). So well done.
      Don L.
    • derek atkins
      Superb!!! How long does it take you to make something like that?
    • James E Gaydos
      As John Denver used to say,
      FAR OUT !

      Jim
    • Jim Scarsella
      Derek,
      I get that question a lot so one of these times I am going to have to try and count the number of hours I put into these pieces. I estimated I have 60 - 70 hours in this one but I really dont know because my time in the shop is pretty spread out. I am working on a piece now that is huge (about 18" x 10") and fully carved. I dont even want to think about the total time I will have into that one when its done. Its all good though, hours in the shop go by like minutes at work :)
      Jim
    • Lou Carbone
      Gorgeous piece.
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