Tony Angell, 1960

Size: 13 x 19 inches
archival pigment print

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"Tony Angell. Seattle, 1960. A former UW track star. One of the first guys to do isometrics. Tony's a great sculptor, and he's written several books about birds. He gave us advice about crows. You don't want to upset them. They rule, and they know your face. I like his credo: ' A scientist can tell you what is, an artist can tell you what's possible.' His talk about owls is a hoot."

Bob Peterson

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