Recycling and getting the most from his materials became precepts of Langlais’s art practice. With ninety acres of land, he was able to stockpile materials in Cushing, including whatever lumber he could get for free or at a discount. Developing an assembly-line practicality, he also prefabricated certain forms that he used regularly, such as dog legs and bear claws.
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