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Fish have been a favorite subject and I know a bit about them and their anatomy. Of course, being a retired fisheries biologist does help. All of these are from one solid piece of wood.













Although I did not carve this cherry bluegill myself, I can take some credit as my son carved it as his first fish and gave it to me for my birthday in 1987.






I still have only a few of the carvings shown here and they are not for sale.

If you would like to see pictures of some of my other carvings, go to:

Horses Carved by Loren

Birds Carved by Loren

Dogs Carved by Loren

Other Animals Carved by Loren

Other Carvings by Loren

Please call or E-mail for additional information on wood carving topics. Telephone number is (816)358-7421 or E-mail at the following:

lwmose@yahoo.com

Loren W. Moseley
11700 E. 62nd Street
Kansas City, MO 64133-4445

For information on Ed Zinger's Woodcarving Rendezvous Seminars, custom carving knives, and caricature roughouts, log on to:

Wood Carving Rendezvous

For information on the National Wood Carvers Association and the ChipChats magazine, log on to:

National Wood Carvers Association

For information on The Kansas City Wood Carving Club and other wood carving sites, Email Marty Epping at:

mepping@kc.rr.com

If you are interested in family history information for Moseley, Cryder, Rittenhouse, Holycross, Worthington, Wingfield, Bidwell, or many other converging family names, log on to:

The "MOSELEY" Name Page.

Or E-mail:

lwmose@yahoo.com, Loren Moseley

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