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kgb

Woodcock Sculpture

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kgb

I may have asked this before here, but for certain have asked elsewhere without getting an answer (or maybe I left before someone answered, I wouldn't doubt it), but I'm trying to find out whose work this is.  I bought it at a RGS fundraiser in Missouri many years ago.  Also saw one go for a good deal more at a Quail Unlimited auction in Louisiana.  I won't give my guesses at the names since the ones I've searched for online have led nowhere, maybe somebody here has the word.

 

 

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Millriver

Have no idea who it is, but I love it!

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DennisMcFeely

Whoa!  That's beautiful.  Is it wood or resin?

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kgb

Resin, I suppose.  Seems like a lighter version of those sandcast dogs.

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WI Outdoor Nut

Very cool.  Let me know if you don't want it any more:D

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DennisMcFeely
9 minutes ago, WI Outdoor Nut said:

Let me know if you don't want it any more:D

 

Yep, that's a nice one.

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gunsrus

That would look great next to a Fox at "camp" . Beautiful .

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kgb

Nearest I can guess it's Pam and John G. McAnulty, but I get nothing searching for either.

 

These look about perfect for auction items at RGS fundraisers and I suppose an equally good fit at a QU banquet in LA; of all places I'd have guessed that members of this forum would have seen one and maybe have encountered the artist(s).  

 

I can sleep without knowing, but if anyone solves the riddle please come back and reveal the answer.

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