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Artistic saws
This wall in McBride's Ridgecrest, Calif. workshop displays some uncut round saws and a few finished, two-man saws. McBride uses the surface of a 150-year-old anvil to hammer and shape metal scraps before incorporating them into his sculptures, most of which are recreations of wildlife he has observed during trips to national parks across North America.

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