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Sanderling                             

I find it nearly impossible to resist smiling when I see the small… More

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Feats of Clay                                   

Before carving a bird, I often make a clay model, something I learned from… More

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A Carolina Classic, Part Two                                                                 

Traditionally, the makers of canvas and wire decoys covered their decoys… More

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Less is More, Part Two                                                     

Most of us think of abstract art as involving images which have no… More

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From Palm Tree to Pintail                                                           

Ive done palm frond carvings for the California Open competition in San… More

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A Bird with Character, Part three                                                                           

For some time now, I have wanted to do a wall mount presentation with one… More

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American White Pelican, Part One                                                                         

The American white pelican (Pelecanus erythrohynchos) is one of the… More

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Old-Fashioned                                   

Contemporary antique decoys have become a new trend in an old folk art,… More

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Carving a Common Redpoll                                                         

The common redpoll (Acanthis flammea) is a winter finch that breeds in… More

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The Maine Way                                   

Traditional Maine decoys were practical in design and built for a hard… More

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Just a Gull: Part Two                                                   

In the article that appeared in the previous issue, I carved, sealed, and… More

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A Passion for the Past                                                     

If you're like me, you have a love for items from the past. I like old… More

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Just Like 1936 - Painting                                                           

When painting, I will be using Grumbacher Pre-Tested Professional Oils,… More

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A Cork Mallard                                     

Historically, the use of cork for making decoy bodies was common in the… More

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Shorebird Bills                                       

I have a love for old decoys. I enjoy studying them to see the features… More

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