A Virtual Companion to the Exhibition

All Things Useful and Artistic

Applied Arts at Mount Allison University 1906-1960


Woodcarving classes consisted of practicing high and low relief carving on flat and round surfaces.  Students would transfer their designs onto the wood, and use chisels and knives to transform a two-dimensional design into a three-dimensional relief on a box, chest, table, bench or desk.

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Owens Art Gallery | Mount Allison University | Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada


A project funded by the Sheila Hugh MacKay Foundation