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Ken Lymburner ­stands in front of a bald eagle carving he created, which took nearly a year to complete.

Woodcarving: Osage artist brings blocks of wood to life

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Ken Lymburner of Osage is no fish out of water when it comes to carving and painting wooden spearing decoys -- but that's what his work looks like -- exactly like fish out of water.

Working mostly from photos, he makes walleye, crappies, northern pike, blue gills, golden trout -- even arctic churn and humpbacked salmon come to life under his chisels and airbrush.

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