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Iron man

Working exclusively with nails, sculptor John Bisbee demonstrates a focus that's as strong as his materials

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / January 20, 2008

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BRUNSWICK, Maine - The spike is red hot and ready for the power hammer. With a pair of tongs, sculptor John Bisbee loads it into the machine, and then bang. The piston thrusts and a sound like a flock of shotguns cuts through the overcast sky. (Full article: 1635 words)

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