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121. Wooden carving of a sled carrying a load of logs, Botwood. 
 Wooden carving of a sled carrying a load of logs, Botwood. Carvings; Lumber camp carving of a sled carrying a load of lumber. This figure was picked up at a flea market in St.John's in 2013. The seller said it was carved by a man from Botwood who had worked in the lumber camps. This figure is a model of a horse drawn sled that would have been used to haul logs out of the lumber woods.

122. Wood carving by Kevin Coates, mummer
 Wood carving by Kevin Coates, mummer Carvings; Kevin Coates is a talented local artist who draws inspiration from Newfoundland tradition and culture for the subject matter of his work. Coates, who is self-taught, picked up caricature carving about 15 years ago after reading about it in a magazine. He had been looking for a new hobby and this style of wood carving peaked his interest. Much like caricature drawings, these carvings exaggerate peculiar features of a person or object. The carving is of a mummer.

123. Wood carving by Kevin Coates, mummer
 Wood carving by Kevin Coates, mummer Carvings; Kevin Coates is a talented local artist who draws inspiration from Newfoundland tradition and culture for the subject matter of his work. Coates, who is self-taught, picked up caricature carving about 15 years ago after reading about it in a magazine. He had been looking for a new hobby and this style of wood carving peaked his interest. Much like caricature drawings, these carvings exaggerate peculiar features of a person or object. The carving is of a mummer.

124. Wood carving by Kevin Coates, mummer
 Wood carving by Kevin Coates, mummer Carvings; Kevin Coates is a talented local artist who draws inspiration from Newfoundland tradition and culture for the subject matter of his work. Coates, who is self-taught, picked up caricature carving about 15 years ago after reading about it in a magazine. He had been looking for a new hobby and this style of wood carving peaked his interest. Much like caricature drawings, these carvings exaggerate peculiar features of a person or object. The carving is of a mummer.

125. Wood carving by Kevin Coates, mummer
 Wood carving by Kevin Coates, mummer Carvings; Kevin Coates is a talented local artist who draws inspiration from Newfoundland tradition and culture for the subject matter of his work. Coates, who is self-taught, picked up caricature carving about 15 years ago after reading about it in a magazine. He had been looking for a new hobby and this style of wood carving peaked his interest. Much like caricature drawings, these carvings exaggerate peculiar features of a person or object. The carving is of a mummer.

126. Wood carving by Kevin Coates, mummer
 Wood carving by Kevin Coates, mummer Carvings; Kevin Coates is a talented local artist who draws inspiration from Newfoundland tradition and culture for the subject matter of his work. Coates, who is self-taught, picked up caricature carving about 15 years ago after reading about it in a magazine. He had been looking for a new hobby and this style of wood carving peaked his interest. Much like caricature drawings, these carvings exaggerate peculiar features of a person or object. The carving is of a mummer.

127. Wood carving by Kevin Coates, mummer
 Wood carving by Kevin Coates, mummer Carvings; Kevin Coates is a talented local artist who draws inspiration from Newfoundland tradition and culture for the subject matter of his work. Coates, who is self-taught, picked up caricature carving about 15 years ago after reading about it in a magazine. He had been looking for a new hobby and this style of wood carving peaked his interest. Much like caricature drawings, these carvings exaggerate peculiar features of a person or object. The carving is of a mummer.

128. Wood carving by Kevin Coates, fishing stage
 Wood carving by Kevin Coates, fishing stage Carvings; Kevin Coates is a talented local artist who draws inspiration from traditional Newfoundland industries for the subject matter of his work. Coates, who is self-taught, picked up caricature carving about 15 years ago after reading about it in a magazine. He had been looking for a new hobby and this style of wood carving peaked his interest. Much like caricature drawings, these carvings exaggerate peculiar features of a person or object. Coates, who grew up and still resides in Winterton, is inspired by the fishery and the majority of his carvings reflect this. This piece is of fisherman and hangashores standing on a fishing stage.

129. Wood carving by Kevin Coates, fishing stage
 Wood carving by Kevin Coates, fishing stage Carvings; Kevin Coates is a talented local artist who draws inspiration from traditional Newfoundland industries for the subject matter of his work. Coates, who is self-taught, picked up caricature carving about 15 years ago after reading about it in a magazine. He had been looking for a new hobby and this style of wood carving peaked his interest. Much like caricature drawings, these carvings exaggerate peculiar features of a person or object. Coates, who grew up and still resides in Winterton, is inspired by the fishery and the majority of his carvings reflect this. This piece is of fisherman and hangashores standing on a fishing stage.

130. Wood carving by Kevin Coates, fishing stage
 Wood carving by Kevin Coates, fishing stage Carvings; Kevin Coates is a talented local artist who draws inspiration from traditional Newfoundland industries for the subject matter of his work. Coates, who is self-taught, picked up caricature carving about 15 years ago after reading about it in a magazine. He had been looking for a new hobby and this style of wood carving peaked his interest. Much like caricature drawings, these carvings exaggerate peculiar features of a person or object. Coates, who grew up and still resides in Winterton, is inspired by the fishery and the majority of his carvings reflect this. This piece is of fisherman and hangashores standing on a fishing stage. Close up of seagull perched atop the stage.

131. Wood carving by Kevin Coates, fishing stage
 Wood carving by Kevin Coates, fishing stage Carvings; Kevin Coates is a talented local artist who draws inspiration from traditional Newfoundland industries for the subject matter of his work. Coates, who is self-taught, picked up caricature carving about 15 years ago after reading about it in a magazine. He had been looking for a new hobby and this style of wood carving peaked his interest. Much like caricature drawings, these carvings exaggerate peculiar features of a person or object. Coates, who grew up and still resides in Winterton, is inspired by the fishery and the majority of his carvings reflect this. This piece is of fisherman and hangashores standing on a fishing stage.

132. Wood carving by Kevin Coates, fishing stage
 Wood carving by Kevin Coates, fishing stage Carvings; Kevin Coates is a talented local artist who draws inspiration from traditional Newfoundland industries for the subject matter of his work. Coates, who is self-taught, picked up caricature carving about 15 years ago after reading about it in a magazine. He had been looking for a new hobby and this style of wood carving peaked his interest. Much like caricature drawings, these carvings exaggerate peculiar features of a person or object. Coates, who grew up and still resides in Winterton, is inspired by the fishery and the majority of his carvings reflect this. This piece is of fisherman and hangashores standing on a fishing stage.

133. Wood carving by Kevin Coates, fishing stage
 Wood carving by Kevin Coates, fishing stage Carvings; Kevin Coates is a talented local artist who draws inspiration from traditional Newfoundland industries for the subject matter of his work. Coates, who is self-taught, picked up caricature carving about 15 years ago after reading about it in a magazine. He had been looking for a new hobby and this style of wood carving peaked his interest. Much like caricature drawings, these carvings exaggerate peculiar features of a person or object. Coates, who grew up and still resides in Winterton, is inspired by the fishery and the majority of his carvings reflect this. This piece is of fisherman and hangashores standing on a fishing stage.

134. Wood carving by Kevin Coates, fishing stage
 Wood carving by Kevin Coates, fishing stage Carvings; Kevin Coates is a talented local artist who draws inspiration from traditional Newfoundland industries for the subject matter of his work. Coates, who is self-taught, picked up caricature carving about 15 years ago after reading about it in a magazine. He had been looking for a new hobby and this style of wood carving peaked his interest. Much like caricature drawings, these carvings exaggerate peculiar features of a person or object. Coates, who grew up and still resides in Winterton, is inspired by the fishery and the majority of his carvings reflect this. This piece is of fisherman and hangashores standing on a fishing stage.

135. Wood carving by Kevin Coates, fishing stage
 Wood carving by Kevin Coates, fishing stage Carvings; Kevin Coates is a talented local artist who draws inspiration from traditional Newfoundland industries for the subject matter of his work. Coates, who is self-taught, picked up caricature carving about 15 years ago after reading about it in a magazine. He had been looking for a new hobby and this style of wood carving peaked his interest. Much like caricature drawings, these carvings exaggerate peculiar features of a person or object. Coates, who grew up and still resides in Winterton, is inspired by the fishery and the majority of his carvings reflect this. This piece is of fisherman and hangashores standing on a fishing stage.

136. Wood carving by Kevin Coates, fishing stage
 Wood carving by Kevin Coates, fishing stage Carvings; Kevin Coates is a talented local artist who draws inspiration from traditional Newfoundland industries for the subject matter of his work. Coates, who is self-taught, picked up caricature carving about 15 years ago after reading about it in a magazine. He had been looking for a new hobby and this style of wood carving peaked his interest. Much like caricature drawings, these carvings exaggerate peculiar features of a person or object. Coates, who grew up and still resides in Winterton, is inspired by the fishery and the majority of his carvings reflect this. This piece is of fisherman and hangashores standing on a fishing stage.

137. William Howard Brenton (mill worker), Corner Brook
 William Howard Brenton (mill worker), Corner Brook People; Photograph of the William Howard Brenton. Photo provided courtesy of Mable Brenton. Date unknown.

138. White-Snook, Jacqueline. Jacqueline White-Snook, March 21, 2012. Flat Bay. 
 White-Snook, Jacqueline. Jacqueline White-Snook, March 21, 2012. Flat Bay. Baskets; Dale Jarvis interviews Jacqueline White-Snook regarding her father, Anthony White's, basket making. White was a renowned Mik'maq basket maker in Newfoundland.

139. White, Betty. Hooked rug created by Betty White. White, Betty. Hooked rug created by Betty White. Folk art; Handmade objects; Hooked rugs; Rugs; Hooked rug created by Betty White.

140. White, Betty. Description of hooked rug by Betty White. White, Betty. Description of hooked rug by Betty White. Folk art; Handmade objects; Hooked rugs; Rugs; Description of hooked rug by Betty White.
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