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Catawba County woodwright Eddie Hamrick discusses his craft.
Mrs. John C. Campbell has given training to hundreds of mountain dwellers and an inspiration to turn out wood carving which have a ready sale.
Reverend Lawrence Funderburk is retiring from his pastoral duties in Mecklenburg County to become a full-time woodcarver. Funderburk is known for his miniature wooden shoe carvings, but he also carves scenes of people and nature.
Henry Snuggs combines his passion for woodworking and fish into a unique artform called Uncle Henry’s Artofishals. Similar to decoy carvings used in duck hunting or ice fishing, Henry carves and paints decorative fish that he calls “realistic folk art.” The carvings are three-dimensional and suspended, making the fish appear to be swimming.