Wes Webb

Wood Sculpture


Working primarily with salvaged materials, Wes creates forms largely based on patterns and rhythms found in nature. Using a chainsaw and an angle grinder, he carves each piece at his home in Nashville mostly when his two daughters are taking naps.
Water Totems:
Carved out of a variety of local species, these sculptures are a sort of self portrait of the artist and his time growing up on the Atlantic ocean. These reflections of water imbue the wood with a new spirit and capture its movement and energy.