Clive also was featured on the Weather Network several times on October 30th and 31st. Oga Nwobosi of the Weather Network had called us and send Camera man, Caaleb Trott to our house to film the segment.
Clive carves a “Demon Pumpkin” on October 16th. Love the horns and ears! On the 18th, Dickson Tong, a reporter from the Ming Pao Daily News interviewed Clive – so you’ll see an article and some of his carvings in their paper on October 21st. It will be a full page spread.
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Cameraman – Brian Wilson, Associate Producer -Debra Walley, Host – Dawn Chubai & Clive Cooper
“Breakfast TV Spot featuring Clive Carving a Pumpkin”
If you missed the telly this morning, City TV will have the video online shortly:
City TV (Breakfast Television) is arriving next week to film Clive in action! You’ll see from our website that he’s already been bashing out a few pumpkins this season! Here’s one that I personally love, “The Executioner” carved from about a 50lb Atlantic Giant Pumpkin. Awesome.
Just had to feature one of my sister Janine’s lovely pencil drawings. It is of a Japanese Geisha sculpture in my garden. Jan has included a crane on the collar of the kimono as this picture is being presented at an artshow for the launch of Annette LeBox’s new book a Circle of Cranes.
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Greek Caryatids, painted by Sharon using Istock photo as reference. Hey, I can’t afford to go to Greece right now.
Sharon continues her watercolour attempts. This is of Greek Caryatids (columns). Practice makes perfect! From an Istock photo I really liked.
This is Sharon’s watercolour of an exquisite ivory and bronze bust by Charles van der Stappen c. 1897 entitled “The Mysterious Sphinx”. Coolest sculpture ever (except for the ivory part of course).
Let’s do a quick recap of Clive’s carving in the past year or so since we started the site – he’s been on Global BC TV demonstrating his carving skills, at the Food & Sustenance Fair and carved with the big guys at Metrotown’s Monster Pumpkin show, to name a few of my fave moments. To keep his name out there on the web, seems we have to do a lot of this blah, blahing, so forgive us if we’ve repeated ourselves a blog or two. Anyway, hope you enjoy the site!
Here’s Clive newest extreme watermelon carving entitled “Baboon Watermelon”
Extreme Watermelons, Watermelons, Watermelon carving, Watermelon carvings, Watermelon Carvers? Baboon Watermelon, Clive Cooper? So many ways to search for Clive’s wonderful, whimsical carvings.