• "Life, Legacy & Love," A Maple Burl Carving for Big Papi"Life, Legacy & Love," A Maple Burl Carving for Big Papi
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...a curveball, March 2017!

Hello Friends,
Sometimes life throws a curveball. I'm having open-heart surgery the latter part of this month and have to modify my seminar schedules. Unfortunately, I have to cancel the May Marsh Hawk seminar. The June Sharp-shinned Hawk is being moved from 4-14 to 19-29. I need a minimum of three full months recovery. Luckily I'm really healthy and heal fast. Please be patient; I want to give the best that I can in my seminars.

3/22/17: Floyd reports that he's on the "fast track" to recovery!

...and suddenly, it's 2017!

It's been said... "Time flies when you're having fun!" Continue...

Class Schedule

Classes for 2017 are filling up quickly! If you are considering a class, please don't hesitate to confirm your participation. Check out the schedule.

Colleague's Book!!

Talons in the Sky BookFloyd was honored to write the forward for "Talons in the Sky," by photographer Steve Maslowski. Looking closely at eagles, hawks, and owls, the great hunters of the avian world, this book is a great reference for bird enthusiasts and carvers alike.

Latest Book!!

Peregrine Falcon Book"Peregrine Falcon: Dynamic Carving and Painting Techniques for a New Era"

Scholz "Original" Raffle

"This year I raffled off one of my original carvings, a life-size Cooper's Hawk. A limited number of tickets were sold with 25% of the proceeds going to the V.I.N.S. Raptor Rehab Facility. The winner is John Mello from Rhode Island!"

Floyd's Big Adventure!

"I had the incredible opportunity to create a very special carving for David Ortiz, better known as "Big Papi," the retired slugger and team leader of the Boston Red Sox, AND to present it to him at his charity golf tournament in the Dominican Replublic." Read more...

Interested in a Floyd Scholz Original?

Floyd welcomes the opportunity to discuss your project.

Celebrating 20 years of Vermont Raptor Academy

May 12, 1996 was the first seminar in the Hancock, VT Schoolhouse!