Artist Gary Howe created his first sculpture of cutlery in 2004. Gary says that his sculptures - that's what he enjoys: wildlife, welding and humor. In 1500 it took the gorilla cutlery.
He believes that different forks, knives and spoons add texture and personality of his creations.
Gary does not use the mold, so each of his creations is unique
The cost of sculptures ranging from 50 to 5000 dollars
For the production of sculptures is only suitable stainless steel
A higher number of cutlery sends father Gary from Oklahoma.
Father Gary specially goes to flea markets and buying utensils for the son
Gary was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 1994
The work has a therapeutic effect on Gary
Creating a sculpture takes from several hours to several months
But all the sculptures have one feature - perfection