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Fluid, graceful dolphins, cavorting seals, magnificent orcas, impressive bears… These are but a few of the lifelike marine and wildlife wood sculptures you’ll find at Brian McEneny Woodcarving Gallery.

Brian works with a variety of beautiful wood including Red Cedar, Black Walnut, Cypress, Maple, Myrtlewood and Port Orford Cedar. Each piece is finished to enhance the wood grain and provide many years of enjoyment.

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