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Dick DuBord's piece "Howling at the Moon" sits in the front right of the exhibit. It's comprised of two pieces of driftwood he spotted at Long Lost Lake near Itasca State Park. He instantly spotted the eye and snout on one piece, and the tail and legs on another.

Dent resident Dick DuBord brings art and education to students

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An open reception was held on September 23 for artist Dick DuBord, who has been sculpting wood since 1965. The 20-piece collection was well received by the large number of guests present that day - over a hundred K-12 students, led by teacher Terry Oscarson of the Henning Public School System.

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"I had many wonderful comments from my students," said Oscarson. "It's a lot more fun when the artist is there to educate them," she said. This is the first show for students this year.

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