Using the twisted forms of driftwood found on the Washington coastline, artist Jeffro Uitto creates stunning, realistic and giant sculptures. Jeffro Uitto has been crafting such driftwood sculptures since high school.
According to his website, “Each piece is found and rescued from the shores of Tokeland, the banks of Smith Creek, or the valleys between the Willapa Hills. In due time the varied sticks, slabs, and roots are cured and then found a fitting home.”
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