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Ryan Everson For the last 20 years Ryan Everson has, quite simply, been a mechanic that likes making art. Earlier last year he retired from the wrenches and dove head first into the art world full-time using his collection of recycled copper wire to make his favorite natural art form – trees. His beautiful work reflects his time out on the road, working as a mechanic away from his home town of Warrenton, Oregon where his favorite trees are located.
“Whenever I was away from home working, I missed the trees back home” he said. “The ones with the ocean views, sculpted by nature are my favorite.” Aside from copper tree sculptures, Ryan can also tie flies, wrap fishing rods, weld sculpture, make abstract pottery (he’s still practicing), has begun dabbling in mosaic, can kind of paint, and likes to work with almost anyone in any medium.
Ryan’s art is unique, varied, and has stories. “I am never done learning and trying new art! and I want to make it fun” he says. Ryan has very little formal art training, way too many hobbies, and a flair for the simple elegance of a complex design. He is a bit shy at first, but don’t hesitate to say hello if you find him in the Garden this year making copper models of trees. He is easy to spot as he looks like a cross between Grizzly Adams and Chuck Norris.
View more of Ryan’s work here.
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Art in the Garden added 4 new photos. · June 16, 2017 · Full of birds in the gardenArt in the Garden added 12 new photos. · June 13, 2017 · I think I am primula obsessed...but the range of colours is amazing..+9Art in the Garden · June 13, 2017 · Was taking some flower photos when found this little stoat peaking out at me and FreddieArt in the Garden shared Priscilla Miller's post. · May 25, 2017 · +7Priscilla Miller added 11 new photos — with Jenny McCabe and 2 others in Cow Ark.
May 22, 2017 · We had a great weekend at Art in the Garden at Cow Ark! We had rain and sunshine, great food and great company! Many thanks to everyone who came and made the weekend really fab by buying work and appreciating how much hard work has gone into this event! Thank you Jan LordArt in the Garden added 23 new photos. · May 25, 2017 · Me and the flowers are wilting in this heat...oh if only last weekend was like this.
.still can't complain 700 of you came to visit...some pictures today in the sun. Thank you so much for coming! Jan x+20Art in the Garden added 3 new photos. · May 21, 2017 · Newton, United Kingdom · Peaceful garden now! Marquees down. Tables away. Chairs stacked and rubbish stockpiled. Cow ark water run dry we have a leak somewhere! No bath tonight 😣. Thanks to all visitors artists and especially to my friends and family for all their amazing help and hard work.
❤Art in the Garden added 7 new photos. · May 19, 2017 · Newton, United Kingdom · This was Thursdays work...what a team. Thanks to Michael Cross Mike and Pat Ellacott Andrew Lord and Bill Barker for an amazing marquee putting up session! Also Peter and Mike for putting road signs out and Jenny Eaton and Pat for sorting garage displays. All on a hot sunny day too !+4Art in the Garden · May 19, 2017 · Whalley, United Kingdom · Finally my new gabion bench has a lovely iroko wooden seat top ! Thanks to Bill Barker, one of our 30 artists displaying and selling work today and tomorrow.
Come and visit whatever the weather. Please follow yellow signs to help you find us and then to the car park up the hill from the house. Open from 11am to 5pm. Have a great weekend. JanArt in the Garden · May 19, 2017 · Newton, United Kingdom · I propose a sit down nowArt in the Garden shared a link. · May 18, 2017 · J H Wrennall to Telephone KioskFind local businesses, view maps and get driving directions in Google Maps.
google.comArt in the Garden · May 16, 2017 · Newton, United Kingdom · Been gardening since 6am what is wrong with me!! And....where did all these weeds come from? Got to stop gardening and clean out the garage.....Art in the Garden · May 16, 2017 · Marquees going up on Thursday I hope this rain eases off quick! I still need contact from some artists. Diane Rowlinson please check your email. Jenny McCabe please check your facebook messages.
Anita Orchard please check email and respond in some way. Thanks!Art in the Garden · May 12, 2017 · Newton, United Kingdom · Thanks to Clitheroe Advertiser for some good publicity .Art in the Garden added 2 new photos. · May 11, 2017 · Whalley, United Kingdom · I'm so lucky to have people who help me so much...even my mum is cleaning the summerhouse windows. Michael helped me all day yesterday too.
Art in the Garden · May 10, 2017 · Newton, United Kingdom · Today's job. Shovelling 4.5 tons of gravel with Michael Cross
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