"Toothpicks and glue hold everything together, that's it," said said Stan Munro, toothpick engineer.
From the Eiffel Tower to the Empire State Building Stan Munro has spent six years creating "Temples and Towers from Tooth-Pick City Two."
It on display now at the Phelps Art Center.
" You have to see it to believe it," Edward Phillips, Executive Director of Phelps Arts Center.
"As you walk in the door you are amazed by the front entry but as you glance to the left, and see what is in the main gallery, your jaw drops and everyone does that," continued Phillips.
"I started this hobby way back in the 5th grade. I had an art teacher that asked us all to make something out of tooth picks, and I enjoyed it so much I just keep doing it," said Munro.
What started as a classroom project grew into a hobby and now has a very personal meaning for Munro.
"I had to be home for, so it actually ended up turning into a job and so I could be there and take care of my wife, and glue toothpicks together," said Munro.
Stan's wife Suzi has Polysistic Liver and Kidney Disease, each creation honors her.
"All my buildings are signed with my wife's name, cause that's why I do this, for Suzi,' said Munro.
Stan's creations are therapy. They've taught him to live "one day at a time."
"Just look at this one little section, get through today. Get through today and get through this one little toothpick part of get through this trip to the er with my wife, and that's how you do it," said Munro.
"What stan has done for us he's brought the world here to this little village of phelps," said Phillips.
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