Thursday, December 10, 2009

Skull Burl Sculpture

60 in progress photographs of Jamie’s Carvings

Skull Burl Sculpture, 50 skulls. Hand carved from a Norway Maple Burl from Shelter Island, New York. Skull burl sculpture should be ready for hemp oil tonight!!!!!!!

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Open House

Open House at Jamie's Carvings from 12 - 5 today as part of Yarmouth & Acadian Shores Carftsplash 2009! Stop by :)

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Jamie's Carvings on Twitter Giveaway!!!!!!!!

Follow Jamie's Carvings on Twitter for a chance to win a handcarved Tauga Pendant or Purple Heart, Bloodwood or Bird's Eye Maple Pendant!!!!!!!

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Friday, May 29, 2009

3 Sculptors & An Angel

3 Sculptors & An Angel

Carving, Sculpture, Painting & Photography Exhibit

Galerie Père-Léger-Comeau, Université Sainte-Anne
Church Point, Nova Scotia

by Artists Jamie Thibault, Gary Theriault, Claude Chaloux and Angel Flanagan

Opening Reception & Artists Talk
Sunday, June 7 from 2 to 5 pm.

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Jamie's Carvings on CTV News - Live at 5

Interview with Jamie Thibault on CTV Live at 5!
Jamie's Carvings
will be on CTV News with Liz Rigney for Take 5 on Monday, April 13th, 2009!

Thursday, March 19, 2009

New Skulls Sculpture

I am carving a new sculpture its from a Norway Maple burl, the wood is very hard and holds detail well, I am carving many skulls into this piece of wood. Photos in my facebook group, Jamie's Carvings. Will post as I go. 6 hours in so far.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Dragon Fly High Relief Carving

My Dragon Fly High Relief Carving is finished! Hand carved from a solid piece of Dark Walnut. This piece was hand carved using carving gouges, a dremmel tool was used to get in to the hard to reach places under the wings and the edge of the lilly pad. Finished using hemp oil. From drawing to completed piece in 25 hours.

Dragonfly Relief Carving Dark Walnut Finished with Hemp Oil

Monday, February 23, 2009

My Eagle Fiddle is finished. Around 110 hours. It sounds & looks great! Hand carved in Clare, Nova Scotia from Curly Flamed Maple, Spotted Curly Maple, Medium Grain Spruce, Bloodwood & Tagua Nut. Using carving gouges, scrapers & rasps. Fiddle is signed, dated and numbered by the artist Acadian woodcarver Jamie Thibault.

See 50 in progress photographs of this one of a kind musical instrument at

Wednesday, January 28, 2009



Jamie’s Carvings will be in Cornwallis, at the Annapolis Basin Conference Centre’s Champlain Hall. Saturday, February 14th from 10 am to 4 pm. Jamie will be carving at the show. See high & low relief carvings, portraits, gun stock carvings, fiddles, tagua jewelry & more.

For the first time, Digby Area Tourism Association is partnering with ADEDA, Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Regional Tourism Council and Destination Southwest Nova to bring the greatest tourism expo ever to this area. There will be LOCAL food, ENTERTAINMENT, over 120 EXHIBITS, and all kinds of opportunities for you to EXPERIENCE Annapolis-Digby!

This year’s event will be entirely open to the public, and there will no admission fee! Please join in the fun, the celebration and the LOVE OF OUR CULTURES, history, land, sea, food, and people. There will storytelling, music, interactive displays, food demonstrations, a silent auction, and DOOR PRIZES. Come out and meet the TIMELESS FUNDY!

Jamie Thibault Tagua Jewelery

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Jamie’s Carvings Exhibit

Jamie’s Carvings Exhibit
Feb. 3 to 28 during open hours.
This exhibit of the carvings of artist Jamie Thibault runs throughout February during open hours at the McKay Memorial Library, in Shelburne. The exhibit features carvings of an Acadian fiddle, jewelry pieces from tagua nuts, fantasy, nature sculptures and relief carvings.

Spellcaster High Relief Red Oak Hand Carved

Monday, January 5, 2009

Eagle Fiddle

I have started my third fiddle - The Eagle Fiddle
The medium grain spruce belly is almost ready to make the f-holes. The curly maple ribs are cut. The Blood Wood fingerboard is ready. I think I'm hooked on fiddles!

See hundreds of photos at