Washington-based artist Jeffro Uitto creates jaw-dropping sculptures out of driftwood. Jeffro has been building things out of wood since high school, using the twisted forms of driftwood to create vibrant shapes. Each piece of driftwood 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 converted into animals, birds, chairs, and door frames.
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