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November 17, 2002

Thomasville- Many people would never think you can make a living as a wood carver, but Chris Daniels, is proving many people wrong. Daniels has been a wood carver for twenty years, and he says his love of wildlife has helped a passion turn into a career.

Painter, Adam Kuory says he comes from a family of artists, and as a child, his father helped him realize he was born with gifted hands.

Kuory and Daniels have different specialities, but there love of wildlife and natural ability to make nature come alive is what connects these two gifted artists.

Posted at 4:30PM by Jocelyn.Maner@walb.com

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