by Gary Cooper of Wichita, Kansas
You may order
these over the internet or come in our store to see them. At
the present time, all the carvings are in our store in Cottonwood
Falls. The store
in Wichita has the fly boxes and hand carved lures. If you want
to see on of the carvings in the Wichtia store, let us know and
we will take it to Wichita. We make several trips a week, so
it won't take long to get it to Wichita.
is a nationally know woodcaver that enjoys carving reproductions
of antique working duck and fish decoys like the old masters.
He has won numerous honors and awards.
of fish and reproductions of antique duck and fish decoys are
in private and public collections across all 50 states and in
many foreign countries. Gary was one of only four artists selected
to represent Kansas at the receint New York International Gift
Fair. The Museum of American Folk Art, New York, NY now carries
to detail make these some of the finest folkart in the country.
Don't get these confused with cheap imataions made overseas.
These are handcrafted by the artist one at a time with loving
care. The chains on the wall mounts are rusted, adding to the
lodge art feel of long ago.