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This piece is all about realism, texture and depth.  The drift wood pieces create amazing shapes, almost like one can see the horses muscles.

Artist Jeff Uitto creates intricate sculptures from driftwood he finds along the coast of Washington. Uitto has sculpted wild horses, soaring eagles, and even a giraffe out of salvaged tree branches. But his work is more than giant animal sculptur.

This piece is all about realism, texture and depth.  The drift wood pieces create amazing shapes, almost like one can see the horses muscles.

Artist Jeff Uitto creates intricate sculptures from driftwood he finds along the coast of Washington. Uitto has sculpted wild horses, soaring eagles, and even a giraffe out of salvaged tree branches. But his work is more than giant animal sculptur.

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