Lowell Davis is one of the premier craftsmen of our time. His unique farm-life figurines have graced shops and homes around the world and have been featured in The Saturday Evening Post, Country Living, and Collector's Mart. In 1974, Lowell Davis left the city to build a 1930s-era farm in the foothills of the Ozark mountains called Red Oak II. Changing from advertising art director to homespun whittler, painter, and sculptor, Davis escaped to begin his rustic life in Carthage, Missouri. An inductee into the Agricultural Hall of Fame and noted speaker on limited edition collectibles, Lowell Davis continues his artistic trade of designing, sculpting, and painting for Schmid of Randolph, Massachusetts, Border Fine Arts Studio in Scotland, Ertl and Kaiser (plates). Information provided by Kathy Williams.