Local sculptor chosen for summer carving symposium in Twin Cities
When Dewy Goodwin was a teenager, he tried his hand at stone carving. "I started carving pipestone and just took to it. I was 17," he said. "From there, it started escalating."
After a stint at the Santa Fe Institute of American Indian Arts, Goodwin developed his style of sculpting to bring the forms and movement of animals and the spirits of people out of blocks of stone.
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