On this page will be pictures of sculptures I made in Fall 2019.
The first sculpture, completed on September 24, 2019, was a (3,5) torus knot carved from a 1.25"x6"x6" block of Black Mesquite wood. The final carving is 1" thick and 5.5" in diameter. Here are pictures of the two sides and one from an angle of the completed carving, and one more picture of an earlier stage next to another piece of the same kind of wood at an even earlier stage.
On November 14, 2019, I completed another Black_Mesquite (3,5) torus knot carving like the one above. Here are its pictures.
On November 28, 2019, I completed a Figured Walnut (3,5) torus knot carving. It is 5.5" in diameter and 1.5" thick. Here are its pictures.
On December 25, 2019, I completed a Sirari Rosewood (3,5) torus knot carving. It is 5.75" in diameter and 1.25" thick. Here are pictures of both sides and an angled view.
To see more types of sculpture I have tried, follow the following links:
Links back to:
Webpage of Alex Feingold,
Department of Mathematical Sciences,