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After cancer, survivor pursued flintknapping hobby

Farmington Daily Times - Feb 17, 2017
FARMINGTON — Six years ago, doctors diagnosed Bruce Burks with cancer and told him he had two weeks to live. After that thankfully false deadline passed, he decided to pursue his childhood dream of making a stone knife blade. Today Burks shared his ...

Artists open studios to the public this weekend

The San Diego Union-Tribune - Apr 5, 2017
The tour includes paintings, sculpture, custom furniture, jewelry, glass, ceramics, metal, basketry, gourd art, and flintknapping. Award-winning artists and art instructors include: Molly and David Begent, Caroline Boydston, Lynette Bredow, Kitty ...

Gallery showcases Open Studios Tour art

The San Diego Union-Tribune - Mar 29, 2017
A variety of art will be featured, including paintings, sculpture, custom furniture, jewelry, glass, ceramics, metal, basketry, gourd art, and flintknapping. Artist David Begent, co-owner of 2Create Gallery, talks with artist Helen Wilson. Both are ...

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Flintknapping books

Flintknapping: Making and Understanding Stone Tools

by: John C. Whittaker

Flintknapping is an ancient craft enjoying a resurgence of interest among both amateur and professional students of prehistoric cultures. In this new guide, John C. Whittaker offers the most detailed handbook on flintknapping currently available and the only one written from the archaeological perspective of interpreting stone tools as well as making them.

Flintknapping contains detailed, practical information on making stone tools. Whittaker starts at the beginner level and progresses to discussion of a wide range of techniques.
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Knapper's Quarterly Number 3, Fall 2016

by: Inc. Past
Knapper's Quarterly is a publication “for and about the knapper” as well as for those who collect and appreciate the art of flintknapping; an ancient skill that is still practiced today by many people around the world that involves the chipping of lithic or other materials to produce replicas of arrowheads, knives, and other stone tools. More recently, there is also a growing trend in this endeavor to produce forms known as eccentrics that are considered unique and magnificent works of art. This publication should be of interest to knappers, collectors of chipped stone work, archaeologists, scholars, students, outdoorsmen, survivalists, jewelry makers, artists, etc.
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Flintknapping: The Art of Making Stone Tools

by: Paul Hellweg
Book by Hellweg, Paul
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Flintknapping A 2,000 Year Old Piece of Ancient Roman Glass

Flintknapping A 2000 year Old Piece of Ancient Roman Glass. These pieces of glass are not rare. You can find them on e-bay for $10 - $25.

Flintknapping a Fox Creek Spearpoint.

Naturalist Kirk Dreier knapps a Fox Creek Spear Point from Texas flint.

junkyard flintknapping

flintknapping glass.

Flintknapping | How To Make Everything: Tools (2/6)

In this episode of How To Make Everything, Andy George learns ancient methods of creating sharp blades out of rocks. Subscribe to HTME channel: ...

Flintknapping at Lejre

A part of a DVD from Lejre - Denmark.