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Hand carved decoys
There are many ways to carve and finish a decoy. In these articles, I'll… More
Traditionally, the makers of canvas and wire decoys covered their decoys… More
Most of the Ohio Decoy Collectors and Carvers Association show takes place… More
Once again, top carvers flocked to Maryland's Eastern Shore to display… More
Contemporary antique decoys have become a new trend in an old folk art,… More
In the Fall 2016 issue, we saw how Patrick Bearden makes most of his… More
Waterfowlers know that a rig with deeks in a variety of attitudes will… More
Its name notwithstanding, the Ohio Decoy Collectors and Carvers… More
Over the past 30 years I've witnessed almost every facet of decoy making… More
In a sense, this is a decorative smoothie decoy. Before I begin the… More
Traditional Maine decoys were practical in design and built for a hard… More
Contemporary techniques to replicate the grace, flow, and imperfections… More
When you carve in a historical regional style, the details make the… More
Since the mid-1970s I have been carving decoys, mostly waterfowl,… More
Palm frond decoys have a long history throughout central and northern… More
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