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Levi Call Studio – Custom Wood Carving/Engraving

Levi Call Studio – Custom Wood Carving/Engraving

Levi Call - Wood Carving ArtistLevi Call specializes in highly artistic and detailed gun stock carvings.

Levi uses high speed engraving equipment and carving techniques to transform ordinary gun stocks into family heirlooms to be passed down from generation to generation and cherished for all time.

Levi has done some great work for charities over the years, donating various wood carvings for auction to benefit the organizations that he supports.

“I have always had a great interest in the outdoors and in wildlife. The wetlands around the Great Salt Lake hold abundant wildlife including waterfowl, pheasants, foxes, fish, and even a small herd of mule deer. Growing up in these beautiful surroundings gave me many wonderful opportunities to view wildlife in its natural environment.” – Levi Call

The video below will show you some of Levi Call’s Carving Projects.


Play the Video below to See Levi Call’s Wood Carvings.

Sorry – the music on this one is a little “funky”.


Thanks to Levi Call for sharing with our network of artists. We look forward to many great things from you in the future.

Don’t Forget to let Levi Call know what you think of his work.

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5 Responses to Levi Call Studio – Custom Wood Carving/Engraving

  1. Debbie Cornman April 24, 2010 at 6:05 pm #

    Great Video! Love you work!

  2. Glenys April 27, 2010 at 7:52 am #

    Beautiful work! Thanks for presentation! You are an inspiration. Glenys

  3. D. Talon Chism Studio April 28, 2010 at 4:01 pm #

    Lovely Artistry. Great Video..right about the music being funky!

  4. Sonya Paterson May 3, 2010 at 5:02 am #

    Very nice work. Your basketweave is perfect. And the music is stimulating. I’ll be bouncing all day. Thankyou.

  5. John A James February 23, 2011 at 5:35 am #

    Good day to you

    I thank you for your time;

    I can understand carving the grip and forearm on the underside or both sides, but would you carve on both sides of the butt of the gun stock, and why????

    With a lot of learning yet to go
    John A James
    Winnsboro La.