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|1230||Wendell H. Gilley Holding Owl Carving|
Wendell Gilley outdoors holding small carving of an owl perched on a driftwood branch
|1229||Wendell H. Gilley Carving a Grouse|
Wendell Gilley in his workshop carving, tools hanging on wall next to him
|1225||Wendell H. Gilley Carving Eagle|
Wendell Gilley at workbench carving eagle with raised wings
|1224||Wendell H. Gilley in his Workshop|
Wendell Gilley working on a carving, cormorants and herons on the wall behind him
|1204||Letter to Nina Gormley from Lucretia W. Evans|
This letter expresses Lucretia Evans' intention to donate her copy of Wendell Gilley's book Bird Carving, a Guide to a Fascinating Hobby, which she believed might be a first edition.
|1003||Wendell Holmes Gilley|
Gilley smokes a pipe while carving an Osprey.
|1005||Bragdon - Addie (Bragdon) Gilley (1905-1983)|
Addie Gilley’s created an outstanding collection of her husband’s work. The carvings that Addie so wisely saved over the years became the core of the Museum’s permanent collection. Wendell and Addie were the guests of honor at the opening of the Gilley Museum on July 12, 1981. They remained active in the museum until their deaths a few months apart in 1983.
|1004||Wendell Holmes Gilley|
|1002||Gilley - Wendell Holmes Gilley (1904-1983)|
Wendell Gilley is a name well known among carvers and carving collectors. Author of The Art of Bird Carving: A Guide to a Fascinating Hobby, one of the earliest instructional books on the subject, Gilley was a pioneer in the field of decorative bird carving. By his estimate, he created “ten thousand birds of pine and paint” between 1931 and 1983. (Gilley also loved alliteration; it should be noted that most of his carvings were made of basswood.) [show more]