Frykman’s New Works Include Reclaimed Eagle Tower Wood


Frykman Studio Gallery will hold a reception May 25 and 26, 10 am – 5 pm, to highlight new art by four artists. Refreshments will be offered; artists will be available to chat; and guests can enter a drawing to win a wood carving or photograph.

David Frykman is known for his whimsical character wood carvings, hand-carved mostly from Door County cedar. For the past year, he’s been carving fir and western red cedar reclaimed from Eagle Tower, which stood for 83 years in Peninsula State Park. Where possible, he incorporates the tower’s weathered exterior surfaces.

Lucas Frykman and Heather Harle Frykman have new photographs highlighting Door County’s night sky and natural shorelines. They’ve also recently taken photography trips to California, Colorado and Nevada, capturing floral, desert and mountain landscapes.

Steve Jorgenson makes functional and decorative pieces of high-fired stoneware pottery – tall, hand-built, square vases and shorter, sculptural, wheel-thrown vases. Everything is oven-, microwave- and dishwasher-safe.

Call 920.854.7351 or visit to get more details.

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