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Artist

 Dr. Grussenmeyer, a natural artist with no formal training, just talent on loan from God.

Examples of his past presence in books newspapers, and periodicals.

 

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Dr. Grussenmeyer's artwork in the Burlington County Times Newspaper, March 9, 2015

 

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A Closer Look

 

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 Dr. Grussenmeyer's artwork featured on the Front Page of the Courier-Post Newspaper, March 17, 2015

 and a video on their news website.

 

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The above pages show some of Dr. Grussenmeyer's artwork as photographed by famed knife photographer, Jim Weyer for his book, Knives: Points Of Interest, Book V

 

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The above article about Dr. Grussenmeyer is from Knives Illustrated Magazine.

 

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Fighting Knives article about Dr. Grussenmeyer, when Jurassic Park originally hit the movie theaters.

 

Below are two Show Winners, collaborations between Dr. Grussenmeyer &

the father of modern day flintknapping, Errett Callahan, PhD

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1999 - BEST FANTASY KNIFE
           Southeastern Custom Knife Show

           Winston-Salem, NC

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2000 - BEST HIGH ART KNIFE
            Shenandoah Valley Knife Show

            Harrisonburg, VA

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Dr. Grussenmeyer carved all of the ivory parts for famed bowmaker/jewelry maker/musician Henryk Kaston's Renaissance Violin Bow series.  This was one of the initial bow's carvings featured in the Strad Magazine's story about Mr. Kaston.  This carving is also used by Fiddle Hangout's Internet Blog as their logo image.  

Dr. Grussenmeyer based his carving on a sculpture by Michelangelo.

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