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Renowned Western artists stages first show in his hometown

Bronc Rider, a sculpture by Len Monical. (Contributed by: Len Monical)
Sculptor Len Monical has fans all over the world.

His lifelike bronze sculptures depicting the Western way of life fetch up to $20,000 a piece.

They've been handed out to Grey Cup winners and sold to collectors from Texas to Tokyo.

Now for the first time, the 73-year-old artist is putting on a show in his hometown of 100 Mile House, in the South Cariboo.

Daybreak contributor Dene Moore dropped by the gallery to chat with him.
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