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Cecil Gagnon


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The multi-talented Cecil Gagnon carves wooden dolls in his underground home in John Day. He made the home himself 20 years ago after seeing an underground home on TV. He creates caricatures of real people for the faces of the dolls he hand carves from local wood. His wife makes the dolls’ clothes.

First Broadcast: 2001
Producer: Jeff Douglas

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Sculptor Shelley Smith Curtiss; Teacher and Dancer Chungilang Al Huang; Cecil Gagnon (518)

Oregon Art Beat: Episode #518
Original Broadcast: February 12, 2004