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New wooden sculptures blossom on Main Street

Visitors to Gloucester Court House may have noticed new “floral” additions to the sides of Main Street.

Four new wooden sculptures by Gloucester artist Garrett Jones have appeared, three of them adjacent to Bangkok Noi and a fourth across the street near the T.C. Walker House.

Jones has operated Wood Revolution Workshop from his home since September of last year, though he has years of experience with woodworking.

“I grew up in a very creative family,” he said, crediting his upbringing for his interest in art.

Each of the large pieces takes around a week to complete, though Jones keeps multiple projects going at any given time.

He was commissioned by one of Bangkok Noi’s owners, Tusnee McDaniel, to create the pieces for the two properties.

“They wanted to add some pizzazz to outdoor functions” held on the restaurant’s patio, the artist said.

In addition to large sculptures, Jones does woodburning, small furniture, wine racks, trays...

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