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The animals’ musculature, carved out of pliable basswood, appears dynamic.
The monumental new basswood frame, executed by master framer Eli Wilner, is nearly as epic as the painting itself: 1,400 pounds, 12 feet high by 21 across (including a 12-foot crest with preening eagle), and requiring 12,000 sheets of gold leaf.
Redford's first job was to take down some basswood trees (soft, easily worked wood) to make a log cabin, with mud to caulk between the cracks.
The haunting, fluted song of a wood thrush echoes through the shady forest, woodpeckers drum and a scarlet tanager sings from the canopy of towering oaks, beach, maple and basswood trees.
For example, honey from one area is creamy-white because of the nearby basswood blossoms, said Travis Bolton.
That study suggested tree species at the northern edge of their range will do better — including basswood, black cherry, white pine, red maple, sugar maple and white oak.
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