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0 viewsGerry Stecca Send PMJun 02, 2014
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Mahatma0 viewsLinda Graham Send PMApr 04, 2014
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Growth1 views30" x 30"Linda Graham Send PMApr 22, 2013
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0 viewsVictoria Page Miller Send PMSep 19, 2012
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A Woman's Journey3 viewsLinda Graham Send PMAug 02, 2012
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Valley of the Shadow9 viewsLinda Graham Send PMMar 13, 2012
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0 viewsDuffy Baum Send PMOct 21, 2011
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Night Song14 viewsPatricia Campbell Send PMSep 08, 2011
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Nobby5 viewsMy friend's cat who passed away. He used to lay under their blanket at night!Patricia Campbell Send PMSep 08, 2011
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Before4 viewsPatricia Campbell Send PMSep 08, 2011
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Flare6 viewsPatricia Campbell Send PMSep 08, 2011
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Hollyhocks28 viewsLinda Graham Send PMJul 21, 2011
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Vase with Poppies45 views18" x 24"Linda Graham Send PMJun 23, 2011
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Houses and Figure After Van Gogh25 views20" x 20" Linda Graham Send PMJun 02, 2011
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Evening Glow40 views24" x 36"Linda Graham Send PMMay 27, 2011
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Woodland Path48 views15" x 30"Linda Graham Send PMApr 26, 2011
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Curious Daffodils32 viewsDaffodils are a sure sign of Spring...Patricia Campbell Send PMMar 28, 2011
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Horse Face16 viewsI loved the pensive feel of this amazing creaturePatricia Campbell Send PMMar 28, 2011
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Tu tomaste me corazón30 views20" x 20"Linda Graham Send PMMar 22, 2011
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roman improbable (Unlikely Romance)56 views24" x 36"Linda Graham Send PMMar 08, 2011
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The Good Samaritan after Van Gogh32 views20 x 24"Linda Graham Send PMMar 01, 2011
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The Red Vineyard (after Van Gogh)47 views18" x 14"Linda Graham Send PMJan 24, 2011
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Compassion33 views17" x 12"Linda Graham Send PMJan 24, 2011
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28" Wood Carved Largemouth Bass 244 viewsJim started doing abstract wood art using only red cedar root materials. Today he uses only the finest of woods that are native to the south. Cypress, cedar, southern yellow pine are his choices. He purchases rough sawn wood beams at a local mill or sometimes even goes to one of his local lumber yard to find unique large size beams and lumber.
Jim, can carve most salt and fresh water fish species. He also carves aquatic water fowl such as herons, egrets and pelicans.



James Knuckles Send PMJan 24, 2011
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46" Blue Heron34 viewsJim started doing abstract wood art using only red cedar root materials. Today he uses only the finest of woods that are native to the south. Cypress, cedar, southern yellow pine are his choices. He purchases rough sawn wood beams at a local mill or sometimes even goes to one of his local lumber yard to find unique large size beams and lumber.
Jim, can carve most salt and fresh water fish species. He also carves aquatic water fowl such as herons, egrets and pelicans.



James Knuckles Send PMJan 24, 2011
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49" Sailfish32 viewsJim started doing abstract wood art using only red cedar root materials. Today he uses only the finest of woods that are native to the south. Cypress, cedar, southern yellow pine are his choices. He purchases rough sawn wood beams at a local mill or sometimes even goes to one of his local lumber yard to find unique large size beams and lumber.
Jim, can carve most salt and fresh water fish species. He also carves aquatic water fowl such as herons, egrets and pelicans.



James Knuckles Send PMJan 24, 2011
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28" Wood Carved Walleye30 viewsJim started doing abstract wood art using only red cedar root materials. Today he uses only the finest of woods that are native to the south. Cypress, cedar, southern yellow pine are his choices. He purchases rough sawn wood beams at a local mill or sometimes even goes to one of his local lumber yard to find unique large size beams and lumber.
Jim, can carve most salt and fresh water fish species. He also carves aquatic water fowl such as herons, egrets and pelicans.



James Knuckles Send PMJan 24, 2011
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29" Wood Carved Salmon29 viewsJim started doing abstract wood art using only red cedar root materials. Today he uses only the finest of woods that are native to the south. Cypress, cedar, southern yellow pine are his choices. He purchases rough sawn wood beams at a local mill or sometimes even goes to one of his local lumber yard to find unique large size beams and lumber.
Jim, can carve most salt and fresh water fish species. He also carves aquatic water fowl such as herons, egrets and pelicans.



James Knuckles Send PMJan 24, 2011
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46"Wood Carved Bull Dolphin113 viewsJim started doing abstract wood art using only red cedar root materials. Today he uses only the finest of woods that are native to the south. Cypress, cedar, southern yellow pine are his choices. He purchases rough sawn wood beams at a local mill or sometimes even goes to one of his local lumber yard to find unique large size beams and lumber.
Jim, can carve most salt and fresh water fish species. He also carves aquatic water fowl such as herons, egrets and pelicans.



James Knuckles Send PMJan 24, 2011
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29" Wood Carved Hog Fish401 viewsJim started doing abstract wood art using only red cedar root materials. Today he uses only the finest of woods that are native to the south. Cypress, cedar, southern yellow pine are his choices. He purchases rough sawn wood beams at a local mill or sometimes even goes to one of his local lumber yard to find unique large size beams and lumber.
Jim, can carve most salt and fresh water fish species. He also carves aquatic water fowl such as herons, egrets and pelicans.



James Knuckles Send PMJan 24, 2011
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33" Wood Carved Bone Fish78 viewsJim started doing abstract wood art using only red cedar root materials. Today he uses only the finest of woods that are native to the south. Cypress, cedar, southern yellow pine are his choices. He purchases rough sawn wood beams at a local mill or sometimes even goes to one of his local lumber yard to find unique large size beams and lumber.
Jim, can carve most salt and fresh water fish species. He also carves aquatic water fowl such as herons, egrets and pelicans.



James Knuckles Send PMJan 24, 2011
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