Hebert's Carvings

Tree Carving, Tree Spirits, Living art


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Reply Karla Wolfrum
10:35 AM on June 29, 2017 
I was looking through Pinterest to get some ideas on what I could do with my tree that broke off major branches during a storm. We cut off what we could so I am left with a straight truck about 14' tall. I really like the giraffe you have carved and thought maybe I would attempt to create that. I surely am not by no means as artistic and gifted as yourself, but I thought the giraffe might me one of the easier one to start with. Any pointers would be appreciated. But once again, your carvings are so awesome. Such a talented man.
Reply Phil Cox
7:40 PM on June 11, 2017 

Awsome work

Reply Smithc892
1:03 PM on April 13, 2017 

Merely a smiling visitor here to share the love , btw outstanding style. Audacity, a lot more audacity and always audacity. by Georges Jacques Danton. dfaadgbkfkdckdad

Reply Bill
5:49 AM on June 23, 2016 

I have just started chainsaw carving and am really into wood spirits and wizards but most of the stuff I find online is male. Do you know of any sites that have female wood spirits that I could look at to get some ideas, thanks. Your work is awesome, by the way.

Reply Trudy
10:38 PM on June 29, 2015 

Just wondering if you ever come back to the Elora, ON area as we are between Guelph and Cambridge and looking for someone to do some tree carvings for us - depending on a few things of course.  Thanks.

Reply Wendy
2:49 AM on October 30, 2014 

I would like to know where you are at.  I have several Medium to large stumps and a 35 plus foot pine tree.  I am in Southern California, I can email pictures.  I will be cutting them into firewood around Thanksgiving if I can't find an artist that wants them.


Reply michael
1:09 PM on May 26, 2014 

please help preserve your "bagpiper in Elora.Hi, Im a friend of Terrys and I purcahsed his house in Elora McNab street , your first carving , how can i save it? Its is rotting fast , the carving is in poor shape and I am going to loose the bagpiper if nothing is done. Insects have attacked it there are sections in the roots where i can place my entire arm in and pull out wetrot. What can i use ?


The pipers been painted so i would like to strip the paint and put it back the way you first carved it, but i have to stop the rot before I put a marine varnish on it . The bottom of the Bagpipe has falled off ( rot/bugs) so i placed a 12" x 1/2 " copper pipe 3"" into the broken piece and placed the remainder back in the crving and pumped expand foam to hold it in place ( it worked ) if you tap on the shoulder from the back it sound "hollow" Is there hope to save it ? Can you help me keep this beautifull Elora Lasndmark that you carved ....


Reply Denise Stallings
11:45 AM on August 1, 2013 

You truly are very gifted!  We just lost two one hundred year old trees due to storms. I would have loved to have had something like this done to them.  Just wanted to say your work is amazing & uplifting.  Touched my heart!  Thanks for the pictures! May God continue to bless you as you bless others with your exceptional art!

Denise Stallings

Reply Glasydeedge
1:47 AM on June 23, 2013 
Reply R John Wilson
10:56 PM on August 26, 2010 
if you are i can send you pictures of it