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Hoppy Quick - Woodsman
Hoppy Quick - Woodsman
137 Dewitt Road
Rochester, NY 12404

Town/Village:
Rochester
County:
Ulster
Physical Address:
137 Dewitt Road
Accord, NY 12404


Contact Person:
Hoppy Quick
Title:
Woodsman
Phone Number:
845-626-7387
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Fax Number:
Email
WebSite:
http://www.bear-carvings.com

Product Categories: Lumber, Logs, Firewood, Building Products, Home Furnishings, Garden/Landscape, Specialty Items

Products: Live-edge Slabs, Sawmill, Solar Kiln Drying, Railings, Rustic Materials, Beds, Benches, Chair, Rustic Interior/Exterior Design, Arbors, Benches, Carvings, Fencing, Garden Structures, Gazebos, Patio Furniture, Ornamentals, Railings, Rustic Cedar Fencing, Sculpture, Sheds, Tree Houses, Other Landscape, Carvings, Folk Art, Sculpture, Custom Sawing, Animal Barns

Sales Types: Retail, Wholesale, Contractor



Artisan Wood Carvings, Rustic Building & Whimsical Ornamentation

Company Profile:
Hoppy Quick – a Catskill Mountain woodsman with ancestry in the region dating back to the 1600’s – began carving at age 16. His fine carving skills and connection with the natural world are illustrated in his trademark bears and woodland creatures. An accomplished woodworker, Hoppy Quick also designs and builds whimsical rustic furniture, gazebos, arbors, fencing, animal barns and tree houses using native eastern red cedar, white pine, hemlock, black walnut, and cherry. A collector of discarded logs too large for conventional milling, Hoppy Quick’s creations bring old wood new life.

Showrooms:
United Chainsaw Carver's Guild

Will visitors be allowed to tour this facility? No
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