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Paula Elias Woodcarving Page
Welcome to my webpage. My name is Paula Elias and I have been carving since 1980. Most all of my carvings are of animals, with the exception (so far) was 'Lady Liberty' carved from mahogany. Since moving to Bella Vista, Arkansas I have increased my carving time and projects.
The 'American Bison' came into conception when I found a slab of black walnut cut from a burl. It incubated in my mind for about a month before I ever started carving him. Once I saw the bison, I realized it could be nothing else. The carving took
6 1/2 months of fairly regular carving. I and my husband Bill who is also a woodcarver, carried him to carving sessions at Rose Tools in Hiwasse, Arkansas.
The 'American Bison' in its final form was birthed after 8 months of work and inspiration. He weighs approx. 30 pounds and measures 40"x48". 

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Paula Elias' 'American Bison' Woodcarving


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