Bob Merry

In 1980, Bob moved to Alaska to work, hunt, and fish in the Last Frontier. Bob still goes into the Arctic wilderness for roughly 30 days every September to collect antlers for his carvings.

“Our art is directly tied to the natural beauty of the Earth! We set out to locate antlers and bone that have been shed naturally from the wild animals that make their homes in the Alaska Arctic. In collecting these parts for use as our medium, we can visualize each in our own way of interpretation, what each will become as it is transformed into a beautiful work of art that can be passed on traditionally from generation to generation."

“Each individual carving is made with the caring and consideration that you will truly enjoy and share with your family as it rests in a special place in your home. Our family business is carving; it is something that we all love to do together and share with you.”