Over the course of his life, Oneonta, N.Y. native John Byam has dug graves for a local cemetery and worked on the D&H Railroad, as well as served in the military during the Korean War. The 80-something artist had his first show last year, in a gallery at SUNY Oneonta. This, his second, showcases the self-taught artist’s rough-hewn, dollhouse-like sculptures made of wood, sawdust and glue, along with text-heavy pencil, crayon and marker drawings.
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