Monthly Archive: February 2016

From Old… to New

In my first post on this Blog (see Observations/Taxidermy-An Ideal and a Pledge) I mentioned how much taxidermy manikins have improved since the world of paper forms in the pre-midseventies era. Because those forms had no pre-set anything, the taxidermist was required to model the face pretty much from scratch, on every singe mount. It …

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Taxidermy – An Ideal and a Pledge

Webster defines art as “something that is created with imagination and skill and that is beautiful and that expresses important ideas or feelings”. Taxidermy, is an art. An artist then is one whose “skill is acquired by experience, study, and observation”. A taxidermist, is an artist

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