Artist Mark Schilz is busy at work carving a spoon inside the Wood Carving Expo, in Yuma, Arizona. (AP)
Figurines and heads line up at one of the vendor's tables. They sell their handiwork. (AP)
Woodcarving needs steady fingers to make good work. Artist Jose Espinoza works on a cross. (AP)
A man and woman attending the Wood Carving Expo discuss which block of wood to purchase. (AP)
The artists used their imagination as well as their hands to make interesting objects! This machine is called a "Diatetic Candy Dispenser.” (AP)
John Smith carves wood figures. Sam Gorham carves designs in rifle stocks.
It takes time to carve wood. You must be careful. But you could learn a fun hobby.