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2761 - Kathy and Bernie, Moccasin Bar, Hayward, Wisconsin, from the series Tavern League

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Carl Corey, 2761 - Kathy and Bernie, Moccasin Bar, Hayward, Wisconsin, from the series Tavern League, 2009, pigment print, The Blue Sky Gallery Collection; Gift of Christopher Rauschenberg, © Carl Corey, 2011.157.1

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Title

2761 - Kathy and Bernie, Moccasin Bar, Hayward, Wisconsin, from the series Tavern League

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series (original language): Tavern League

Artist

Carl Corey (American, born 1954)

Date

2009

Medium

pigment print

Edition

2/20

Dimensions (H x W x D)

image: 32 1/8 in x 32 in; sheet: 35 in x 35 1/8 in

Inscriptions & Markings

edition information: "2/20", graphite, verso, BR

signature: "Carl Corey", graphite, verso, BC

title: "2761-Kathy + Bennie-The Moccassin Bar-Hayward, WI", graphite, verso, BL

Collection Area

Photography

Category

Photographs

Object Type

photograph

Culture

American

Credit Line

The Blue Sky Gallery Collection; Gift of Christopher Rauschenberg

Accession Number

2011.157.1

Copyright

© Carl Corey

Terms

photographs

pigment prints

taxidermy

Description

Hayward, a small town of about two thousand residents located in far northwest Wisconsin, is home to one the world's largest muskellunge (or muskie), a species of fish that frequents nearby Hayward Lake. Indeed, many prize-winning muskies, one of which can be seen in the top left of Carl Corey's photograph, are showcased at the Moccasin Bar along with a number of unusual and surprising animal dioramas. Proprietors Kathy and Bernie Tworek pose next to "The Winnah!," which depicts a victorious pugilist raccoon whose paw is held high by the contest's referee, a groundhog.

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