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  • ELSA KERSHNER/TIMES NEWS John Balogh started working with wood during vocational school. He now has his own business making furniture but still takes time to make the things he enjoys. The fins and tail of this big mouth bass, displayed at the…
    ELSA KERSHNER/TIMES NEWS John Balogh started working with wood during vocational school. He now has his own business making furniture but still takes time to make the things he enjoys. The fins and tail of this big mouth bass, displayed at the Lehigh Gap Nature Center art show, are made of copper with a green patina. The dragonfly on the vine bowl is made with wings of curly maple and black and white ebony. The American Holly of the bowl was damaged by ants to create the natural mix of colors.
Published July 31. 2013 05:06PM

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