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Birds in Art fans meet artists from around world (video added)

1:14 PM, Sep. 8, 2013
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Peg Ransom traveled from Libertyville, Ill., to the Woodson Art Museum in Wausau just to see Clarence Cameron, her former high school student and one of the featured artists during the Birds in Art opening weekend.

Ransom was Cameron's English and speech teacher in 1959, and they've stayed in touch.

Cameron, a Madison resident who carves owls out of soapstone and other materials, was one of 10 bird artists who volunteered to show their fans how they create their famed sculptures and paintings Saturday during "artists in action." The event was part of a weekend to kick off the 38th annual Birds ...

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