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Caricature Carvers of America

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Caricature Carvers of America

In 1989, a group of ten wood carvers, with the common goal of promoting the art of Best-of-Show", in carving competitions across the nation; they have published over 80 books on wood carving; and they regularly teach wood carving seminars throughout the United States and Canada.

Purpose

  1. To promote and elevate the appreciation of caricature woodcarving within both the wood carving community and the general public.
  2. To provide an environment that will encourage growth in skill, creativity, and excellence among its members and the carving public.

Leadership

Membership

Current members

Emeritus members

Members honorarius

References

  • "Caricature Carvers of America". About CCA. Retrieved October 2005. 
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