Toronto faces by Harry Wayne Owen

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Back somewhere in the depths of 2008, master carver, sculptor and painter Harry Wayne Owen (of Harry’s Folly) and I swapped our handiwork. I sent him a copy of my book, Faces on Places, and he sent me some of his sculpted ornaments.
Working down in Atlanta, he then interpreted some of the faces in my book and produced the ornament you see here. (He posted others on his own site back in January.) This fellow and his confreres are from Toronto’s Old City Hall.
Wayne’s ornaments are great, but his walking sticks are fabulous. Be sure to swing by his blog.

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