Brent Freed's Profile

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Our goal is not only to make fine, unique pieces but to have the quality of them stand above the rest. For the lake, lodge, cottage or rustic style home, we have the perfect compliment accent piece. Whether from our line of driftwood shelves and tables or our carved outdoor themed benches and end tables to our newest and best received driftwood waterfowl & fish sculptures, it is guaranteed to be a conversation piece.
Our reclaimed Mountain Cedar and driftwood wildlife sculptures are each one of a kind and have been creating quite a buzz. We have won numerous awards at art shows in the last two years, including Chicago’s Choice Award at Beckman’s Handcrafted Marketplace, The Stuttgart World Duck Calling Championship, The South Eastern Wildlife Expo - Best of Show, Easton Waterfowl Festival - Best of Show and The Wyondotte Street Art Fair - Best of Show
The materials we use are hand gathered along the lake…

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  • Joined April 16, 2009

Favorite materials

Natures left overs of reclaimed Driftwood, found root systems, and stumps of red and white mountain cedar, All of our pieces are made of hand harvested recycled wood, stuff we find on beaches, rivers, fields, woods etc

About

Our goal is not only to make fine, unique pieces but to have the quality of them stand above the rest. For the lake, lodge, cottage or rustic style home, we have the perfect compliment accent piece. Whether from our line of driftwood shelves and tables or our carved outdoor themed benches and end tables to our newest and best received driftwood waterfowl & fish sculptures, it is guaranteed to be a conversation piece.
Our reclaimed Mountain Cedar and driftwood wildlife sculptures are each one of a kind and have been creating quite a buzz. We have won numerous awards at art shows in the last two years, including Chicago’s Choice Award at Beckman’s Handcrafted Marketplace, The Stuttgart World Duck Calling Championship, The South Eastern Wildlife Expo - Best of Show, Easton Waterfowl Festival - Best of Show and The Wyondotte Street Art Fair - Best of Show
The materials we use are hand gathered along the lakeshores of Northern Michigan and the rivers edge of ranches in Central Texas. Once harvested then taken back to the shop and cut down by saw. The basic shape is then carved and turned on a sander. The final step is coating them in just the right places with polyurethane. Some are then mounted to yet another piece of driftwood for wall mounting or table top display
The table bases are found uproot systems harvested by us. The tables are topped with the most beautiful mesquite or aromatic red cedar joined together with joiner, glue and screws. Once assembled they are then sanded and polyurethaned

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