|Harvey Paris, social worker, wood carver, mensch!|
“We realized that I’d have 20 hours of downtime a week while Barbara did her homework,” Paris recalls. reporter. “But it had to be a quiet hobby.”
And quiet it was. And still is.
Meet the man who turns wood into a communication tool, using chip-carving because of its simplicity and beauty.
Chip-carving requires a hand-held knife, and you can do it while sitting on a chair in the bedroom, Paris told this reporter in a recent email interview across the seas, from my home office in Taiwan to his study in Connecticut.