Award-winning Tennessee sculptor Lundy Cupp never knew he could carve anything until picking up a pocketknife at age 47. But the former criminal fraud investigator and bounty hunter made a major life change, and now pursues his art as a full time career. Lundy has been featured on two PBS television shows, is a frequent contributor to Woodcarving Illustrated magazine, and demonstrates pumpkin carving for corporate events, museums, and private parties. Tennessee Crossroads says: "Cupp is a self-taught artist whose love for the outdoors opened the door to his hidden talent... his cleverness at carving is striking... Cupp is crazily creative with his craft."
Cupp is crazily creative with his craft* Tennessee Crossroads *
He's a true artist... It's amazing* WTVF NewsChannel 5 *