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Five in the Oven                                         

In 2016 I was honored to be selected as the Master Carver for the Easton… More

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Quetzal III                               

I started my quetzal sculpture in early December 2006, after finally… More

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A Resplendent Quetzal                                                   

One of the great joys of creating art is transforming your inspirations,… More

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Keystone Carver                                       

If you talk with almost any carver in South Central Pennsylvania, Jim… More

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A Flock of Labradors                                                 

Tucked away in a home in beautiful Bel Air, Maryland, is one of the most… More

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Ridge Pursuit, Part One                                                       

It began the way it usually does with a story about birds. My friend Rob… More

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Showcase: A Big Man for Miniatures                                                                             

Gary Eigenberger has the stocky build of a man designed for a gravity… More

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Hannah's Setting Sun                                                 

With his many ribbons and best-in-show wins, Ashley Gray's credentials as… More

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Bobincheck's Birds                                             

It's always interesting to learn how various carvers came to the art form… More

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Wildfowl and Wetlands                                                   

Last April, a pair of perky ruddy ducks won best in division in the Lem… More

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Down By the Seaside                                               

At the 2011 Easton Waterfowl Festival I was honored to be selected as the… More

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British Birds                                   

The decorative decoy came to the United Kingdom in the early 1980s,… More

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My Blue Period                                     

Two months before the 2016 Ward World Championship, I wasnt even sure if I… More

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With Fronds Like These...                                                           

Palm frond decoys have a long history throughout central and northern… More

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Altered Landscapes                                             

Tom Huntington is the editor of Wildfowl Carving Magazine.Carver Tom… More

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