Wood carving has been a way to express individuality in everyday life for the tribal people of the Southeast for a very long time. Among the Cherokees, carving has evolved into a distinct style of graceful, softly undulating lines that create images very similar to the rounded forms created by ancient carvers. One feels the soul of each piece with the richness of each curve. We present the masks, pipes, bowls and other objects carved from wood by artists Bud Smith, Billy Welch, Virgil Ledford, Paul Hornbuckle, David Hornbuckle and Virgil Crowe.
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