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Updated: 02/14/2018 08:30:01AM

Wood Crafters show their style

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Some examples of the wood carvings found at the show.

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Carver Bill Cowens' bird took Best of Show, Best of Masters and First Place.

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Deb Smith and Kathy McGaffick admire some of the work of carver Bob Seybolts at the Wood Crafters Show.

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Susan Cowen and husband Bill show off one of his falcon carvings. Bill won three major ribbons at the show.

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Lynn Rossman of Brookfield, Wisconsin, admires one of carver Bill Snyder's heirlooms.

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Charlie Exender and Gilles Dupuis prepare to pass out the ribbons at the Wood Crafters Show.

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Donna Nquyen shows off one of her husband's (Chau Pham) many carved puzzles.

BY TOM MEISENHEIMER

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Bill Snyder is a wood carver par excellence. He has had a life long fascination with the look and feel of wood. His masterpiece wood carvings speak for themselves. His winning horse sculptures were on display at the 21st Annual Wood Crafters Show last Saturday at the Sebring Senior Center.

When asked how he can create such beautiful pieces of art, he said (tongue in cheek) of his horse pieces, “I just cut away anything that is not a horse.”

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