Sunday, October 30, 2011

Master pumpkin carver

Do you carve pumpkins? Now that our kids are grown we don't, but we used to. Our pumpkins were the standard ones, with a triangle nose and a toothy smile.
I've got some pumpkins for you that were done by a master carver. His name is Ray Villafane and I think you will be amazed by his work.
Enjoy!




























23 comments:

sara said...

oh my word!! Those are incredible and so real looking!!!

Karin said...

His work is incredible - and some give me the shivers, lol!

Just Mom said...

Oh wow!

Mike Golch said...

cool!

chezzy louise said...

wow. i sure wish i had that talent. i don't like doing faces on my pumpkins because it's always the same for me, i'm not creative enough to make a "cool-looking" one. i just do different designs.

Terri said...

omw - incredible!

Terri said...

omw - incredible!

Terri said...

omw - incredible!

Terri said...

omw - incredible!

Terri said...

omw - incredible!

Terri said...

omw - incredible!

Terri said...

omw - incredible!

Terri said...

omw - incredible!

kari said...

these are awesome. some of them look real!
Happy Halloween!

Justabeachkat said...

I don't carve them anymore either ;( The ones you've shown are amazing.

Hugs,
Ka

A Stone Gatherer said...

Those are amazing!

LL Cool Joe said...

Amazing pieces of work. No we don't celebrate Halloween or carve pumpkins at all!

AirmanMom said...

Amazing talent! I too...now enjoy the memories of carving pumpkins with my 'no longer little ones'. Ahhhh...memories of being pregnant and wanting to bring up my cheerios at the aroma of pumpkin stuff...but the joy of watching them eating our roasted pumpkin seeds.
Happy Halloween!
~AM

Shelly said...

those are so cool

thanks for sharing

ancient one said...

Those pumpkins are wonderful. True Art!

Nancy said...

Amazing work!!!

LuAnn said...

WOW !!!! what a gift !!!

Beth (A Mom's Life) said...

These are awesome! We are pretty much all triangles around here! But that's o.k. - my husband says he prefers things to be TRADITIONAL!