Issue 102, Summer 2011

ON THE COVER Lowell Shapley

When you view all of the great pieces that won Best in World titles at the 2011 WTC, you must consider what an awesome accomplishment it was that this composition of a keelbilled toucan by Lowell Shapley of Porter, Texas receive the majority of votes by the 22 judges as there choice for Best of Show. The final honor rest in the fact that this is the firs World Show winner to be bestowed the newly named Simon T. Blackshaw Award for Judges' Choice Best of Show. If you are wondering, the runner up was Phil Soucy's mountain lion that won Best in World Large Mammal.


The Breakthrough Gallery: - 2011 Best in World Taxidermy
Practical Bird Drawings - Glen Browning
2011 World Show Coverage - St. Charles, Missouri
Reference Study: Red Stag and Elk - Larry Blomquist
Plant Fabrication - Mozelle Funderburk
Part 2: Fish Locomotion - Clark Schreibeis
Finalizing Plans for WTC in Salzburg, Austria - Larry Blomquist
African Reference Study: Zebra (PART 2) - John Belluci
Tribute: Bob Chauvin. - Larry Blomquist
Painting Schedule: Barracuda - Mike Kirkhart


Goofy “Stuff” - Bob Chauvin
WASCO Becomes a McKenzie Company - July 14, 2011
Q&A - Larry Goldman
I WOOD Like to Know. - Larry Goldman


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