Gordon Stennett, shorebird of myrtlewood body and metal legs, with a redwood shell nestled in a driftwood base.
Approximately 12 inches wide by 6 inches deep and 6 inches tall.
Gordon started carving as a hobby in 1975. His father had long admired carvings from another artist who lived in the area. He was always interested in whatever his father did, so Gordon started working on birds too. Their hobby snowballed into a profession and Gordon's shorebirds and waterfowl sculptures are displayed over the world, and his work has been on display at the Smithsonian. Each piece is an original; no two pieces will ever look alike.