Emma Jane & Her Swan

Emma Jane & Her Swan

Just like I knew I wanted to carve a set of wings for my bride long before I met my wife, I always knew I wanted to carve a swan cradle for my fir...

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The Romance of the Pen

The Romance of the Pen

Valentine’s Day is upon us and I am a hopeless romantic with a pen – brace yourself! I happen to think, with every bias admitted, that calligraphy...

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A Work of Heart

A Work of Heart

It was only after I'd finished "Indivisible," that I noticed a heart makes an appearance in both pieces.  All of my work take on lives of their o...

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From the Studio

From the Studio

From the Weidmann studio, we're sharing the process of how we package each order with perfection. From the purchase to the delivery, each detail...

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Feathers in Flight

Feathers in Flight

My latest work consists of trading off between a chisel and a paintbrush. I've occupied my mornings with a cool slate of marble, and my afternoons...

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Jake's Story

Jake's Story

"A man who works with his hands is a laborer. A man who works with his head is a craftsman. A man who works with his hand, his head and his heart ...

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Indivisible Individuals

Indivisible Individuals

Ever wonder why zebras have stripes? This question baffled biologists for years. Stark against their surroundings, zebras’ stripes stand out to...

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The Pen of Ages

The Pen of Ages

During the Golden Age of Penmanship (1860-1930) masters and teachers of this art recognized that before one can effectively put pen to paper, t...

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