Buddy does some of his work in his house, some out back in the yard, but the bulk of it happens in the studio he built behind his home in the Douglas Corner area of town. The concrete block structure is utilitarian, with shelves lining two of the walls, a long wooden surface resting on sawhorses, cubbyholes, and a single chair. Casts and molds are spread about and disclose this multi-faceted artist’s most recent passion - sculpture, particularly the human figure, and most often the female torso. This is a working man’s work space. 

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