Bryan trained for 5 years as a wood and stone sculptor apprentice in Austria. After his apprenticeship, he passed the wood and stone sculptor's exam, certifying him as a wood and stone sculptor. This certification is honored throughout Europe.
The services Bryan offers include: wood carving, stone carving, restoration, gilding, painting/finishing.
This year (2014) Bryan will be spending a significant amount of time training in Austria to become a master sculptor, so there will be few if any events Bryan will be carving at this year. Please stay tuned for upcoming events.
All the performers wear hand-carved wooden masks and each have their own style of costume featuring embroidered pants, lederhosen and colored burlap. Bryan is a member of the "Mullers" and many of his hand-carved masks are worn by the performers. For more information and schedule, please visit the Muller Fasching Verein's web site.
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