Jeffro Uitto Turns Used Wood Become Amazing Sculptures

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Jeffro Uitto Turns Used Wood Become Amazing Sculptures

He made sculptures from abandoned wood and trash on the beach in various shapes such as horses, lions, eagles, and others.

The wooden sculptures seem to be the works of art we have often seen. Usually, to get the best results, many artists use high-quality wood. Sculptures made of wood may already be a common thing and not something new. But what about the sculptures made from pieces of wood found on the beach? Maybe it is something that is very rarely found.

But what happens if the sculptures are made of abandoned wood? An artist from the United States, Jeffro Uitto , turns the abandoned used wood on the Washington coast into the stunning artworks. With his imagination and creativity, he made sculptures, the main material being pieces of wood that he found along the beach. Various animal sculptures such as horses, eagles, rhinos, and lions have also been successfully made from this often unused material.

Jeffro admitted since he was a child he liked to collect wood, especially used wood was washed away from the beach. As an adult, Jeffros developed a passion for collecting wood. Most of the works he made with his own hands.

He made sculptures from abandoned wood and trash on the beach in various shapes such as horses, lions, eagles, and others. Not just the ordinary sculptures, the results of Jeffro produced seemed extraordinary. As reportage from Boredpanda, Jeffro said that truly inspired by nature, love, and curiosity towards the subject and the infinity of matter. It is humbling to see how many people are connected to this works. It is also important to pay attention to these animals, their mysterious beauty, and the extinction they face.

Check them out the amazing artworks of Jeffro below!.

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