Glenn Greensides puts fine detail on his bear carving during this year’s Transformations on the Shore carving competition at Frank James Park.

Transformations on the Shore 2011 winners

The ever popular festival has created another crop of fantastic works of art carved in wood

The 15th annual Transformations on the Shore carving competition is in the books. The ever popular festival has created another crop of fantastic works of art carved in wood.

Here is this year’s winners:

 

Novice:

  • 3rd place: Tori Sewid – There’s Always Next Year
  • 2nd place: Deb & Rob Clandening – Heron in the House
  • 1st place: Garnet Underwood – Duck

 

Amateur:

  • 3rd place: Brigette Lochhead – Busy as a Bee
  • 2nd place: Oscar Moria – The Lone Wolf
  • 1st place: Joel Hansen – The Great Escape

 

Semi-pro:

  • 3rd place: John Lavell – Frogman
  • 2nd place: Chris Sparrow – Baby’s First Breath
  • 1st place: Howard Lobb – Bringing Home the Grub

 

Professional:

  • 3rd place: Dan Richey – Protect Our own
  • 2nd place: Junior Henderson – Stone Raven Transforming on the Shore
  • 1st place: William Carr – Monument to the Unknown Musician

 

Carvers’ Choice Award:  Joel Hansen

 

Barb Comeau Memorial People’s Choice Award: Dan Richey

 

Pick of the Park raffle winner: Dennis Sabourin – selected The Great Escape.

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