Eastern Towhee by Allen Aardsma
The Eastern Towhee, sometimes called a 'Chewink,' is an oversized sparrow that commonly lives in brushy areas in the eastern half of the United States.
This solid basswood carving of an Eastern Towhee was made entirely by hand with a Buck 307 jackknife and a Warren knife. The legs and feet are made of various gauges of wire. Every detail was meticulously hand-painted with acrylic paint, and a coat of spray fixative was applied to seal the surface of the carving in order to keep dust and moisture out.
This carving is one-of-a-kind.
Made in the Adirondacks
Dimensions are approximate.
Overall: 12"W x 7"D x 5.25"H
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