David Trant Folk Art woodcarvings and sculptures.

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Port Perry, Ontario, Canada
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, I graduated from OCAD in Toronto, back in the early 90's and have been working as a sculptor and a painter ever since. I started out as a landscape painter, but over the past 20 years, my main focus has been woodcarving, and what I like to call "Pop culture folk art". Think, Folk-Art, meets Fine Art, meets Bugs Bunny. This comes from East coast roots, being around wooden boats, and growing up in a big city, with all its influences. Originally working in clay, before switching to wood, I applied many of the same techniques, and developed what I like to call..."The Mr. Potato-Head, school of woodcarving. Basically, I make a big shape, and stick parts onto it. I sell in a number of great galleries, and take commissions. I currently live and work at my studio in Port Perry, Ontario, where I make strange, and fun stuff out of wood, using big, loud, dangerous power-tools and sharp objects. Check out the links below, to galleries that carry my work throughout the year. For information about my work, or commissions, contact me at dtrant@powergate.ca

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Muskie (muskellunge) woodcarving sculpture








Local cedar. Approx. 37" long. Poplar fins, Acrylic paint.

5 comments:

  1. Hi there! We own (and love) one of your pieces (black crappie) and I know my husband would LOVE this. Can I order / buy this if it's still available? Thanks! Erin

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    1. Sorry I didn't see the comment earlier! (I don't get many comments!) The muskie is at the Craft Ontario Shop (formerly The Guild Shop) on Cumberland street in Toronto. 416-921-1721

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  2. How do I get one of these?

    -Matt
    (262) nine zero three 26 three five

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    1. I do take commissions, and that muskie is currently at the Craft Ontario Shop, in Toronto. My email is dtrant@powergate.ca for further details.

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