About The Artist

Michael McGraw produces vintage fish decoy replications. Replications are silicone-cast and then hand-painted, with glass eyes and tin fins added. Hand-carved fish decoys are truly an iconic and unique North American folk art. Their origin can be traced to the Bering Sea as early as 1000 A.D. More recent history shows Native American fish decoys were common in the Great Lakes area in the 1700s. This process accurately preserves and expands a historical art form.

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Atlas Tower
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Dharma Records
DuBois Lumber
Grayling Photographic Society
Grayling Promotional Association
Grayling Restaurant
Grayling Visitors Bureau
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Jack Millikin, Inc.
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Kirtland Community College
Main Branch Gallery
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The Medicine Shoppe
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Michigan Wood Pellet
Paddle Hard Brewing Co.
Spike's Keg O' Nails
Two River Deli
Weyerhaeuser
WL Snow Enterprises
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Special thanks to Sarah Lindauer, whose unparalleled support has helped us be where we are today, and will help us grow and thrive into the future, in memory of Tina Foster. ‚ô•ÔłŹ