Wild Ozark Forest Folk are a sort of twig art. They’re made from natural materials gathered from our land. Some include the crate, or an enclosure of some sort so they can hang directly on a wall.
Every Forest Folk is OOAK (one of a kind). Although I may make more than one of a certain character, all of the natural materials are unique to that piece and can never be duplicated exactly.
The musical Forest Folk are particularly different from one another because the instruments they play are entirely dependent on the twigs or vines I’ve found to make the piece.
Therefore, each Folk has to be made to fit the musical instrument.
The only parts of these nature art creations that are non-natural are the implements that might be included, like the saw blade in the Woodworker Forest Folk, or a wire wrap used in a piece, maybe a bead here or there to accent something, and the glue that holds it all together.