Kremmling woodworker relocates to larger shop |

Kremmling woodworker relocates to larger shop

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KREMMLING — After three productive years at its original location on Park Avenue, the carving and custom furniture shop owned by professional carver and artist Mark Mahorney has relocated to an industrial lot on the south side of town.

The business, woodZwayz, best known for its eclectic mix of caricature carvings and one-of-a-kind rustic furniture pieces, outgrew the tiny gas station that served as its debut location and expanded onto a two-acre lot on Highway 9 next to the Tri River building.

"We're looking forward to the opportunities more space affords us," said Mahorney. "We have plans this summer to launch a line of outdoor furniture and larger pieces — pieces that we couldn't build or showcase at the old location."

In addition to carvings and furniture, woodZwayz is now also producing and selling live-edge wood slabs. Typically 2 to 4 inches thick, the slabs range in width and length and are cut from beetle-killed lodgepole pine. The shop has a bandsaw mill onsite capable of cutting crooked, character logs that other milling operations typically turn away.

For more information about woodZwayz' offerings and to view their portfolio, visit, or visit the shop's Facebook page.