With a background in Marine Biology, Bill Hunt started a sculpture career in 1979. His sculptures strive to combine scientific accuracy & detail with elegant & graceful presentation. Since moving to Oregon in 2008, Bill has been building free form furniture from driftwood, abundant on the coast.
I bring a lifetime of experience in natural history and marine biology to my sculpture. Born in Bremerton, WA; raised on the Mojave Desert; I have a background in Marine Biology with degrees in Fisheries Management from Humboldt State University, and over 7 years of fisheries research before starting my career as a sculptor in 1979. Initially, I was attracted to a career in marine biology, because of the aesthetics, the grace and beauty of marine wildlife. I have been sculpting marine and other wildlife full time for over 37 years now. Today, I strive to sculpt my subjects in a way that combines scientific accuracy and detail with an elegant and graceful presentation. Since moving to Oregon in 2008, I have also been involved in building free form furniture out of the driftwood, so abundant here on the coast.
Turn west from Hwy 101 onto South Point st. just south of Depoe Bay. Then right on Pine Ave.