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Marlene and John Dusbiber

Carving Out a Partnership

How a Chelsea couple turn a basswood log into 2,000 "folk-arty" sculptures a year

From the November, 2017 issue

Inside Marlene and John Dusbiber's timber-framed saltbox house in Sylvan Township, dried flowers hang above the brick hearth while a flock of wild turkeys grazes just outside a window on a fall afternoon. The couple, married for forty-five years, sit at the same table where they launched their full-time wood-carving business twenty years ago. Samples of their

 
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