Master artist Scott Gielish gains inspiration
for his wood sculptures from the beauty that surrounds
him on his family's small farm in the rural Western
Oregon, just outside Eugene. Their property is
home to an assortment of wildlife including deer,
turkey, pheasant, bear and even cougar.
Along with suggestions from family, friends,
and mother nature, Scott and his wife Sandy
design and construct original wood carvings
which warm the heart.
Using the artistic talent he was blessed
with and the woodworking skills he has developed,
Scott spends most days in the shop next
to his house shaping and finishing his unique
designs. Using a variety of different wood
colors and sanding techniques, each piece
is truly a one of a kind creation, the likes
of which exists no where else in the world.
The picture above was taken in Alaska/05. It was during this trip that Scott and Sandy came up with thier new American Indian inspired line of Intarsia.