Copyright © 2019, Los Angeles Times | Terms of Service | Privacy Policy
tn-oc-fair-wood-carvers-20180810-003
8 Images

Photo Gallery: Woodcarvers at the Orange County Fair

tn-oc-fair-wood-carvers-20180810-003

Linda Conn carves cowboy figurines out of basswood at the California Carvers Guild demonstration table at the Orange County Fair in Costa Mesa. Orange County Woodcarvers is a chapter of the carvers guild.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
tn-oc-fair-wood-carvers-20180810-001

John and Mary Hilger admire John’s finished bird artwork at the Orange County Fair in Costa Mesa.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
tn-oc-fair-wood-carvers-20180810-008

John Hilger works on a penguin woodcarving at the Orange County Fair.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
tn-oc-fair-wood-carvers-20180810-002

Linda Conn’s cowboy figures carved from basswood are displayed at the California Carvers Guild demonstration table at the Orange County Fair.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
tn-oc-fair-wood-carvers-20180810-009

Woodcarver Mary Hilger displays finished pelicans at the Orange County Fair.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
tn-oc-fair-wood-carvers-20180810-006

Linda Conn’s basswood “bar hags” are displayed at the California Carvers Guild demonstration table at the Orange County Fair.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
tn-oc-fair-wood-carvers-20180810-005

A camel carved by Mary Hilger is displayed at the Orange County Fair in Costa Mesa.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
tn-oc-fair-wood-carvers-20180810-004

Mary Hilger displays her reindeer carving at the California Carvers Guild demonstration table at the Orange County Fair.

 (Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
1/8