Puyallup, WA (5-13-14) — Barry A. Crust is an artist who works with what he calls ‘beachy treasures’ made from Hood Canal driftwood and other found treasures from the shore–unique birdhouses, walking staffs & Canes, sculptures. He accepts commissions and sometimes sells his artwork.
Barry’s contact info:
University Place, WA 98467
Cell – (253)273-0953
This short interview was done in the park between Puyallup’s City Hall and its public library on a sunny May morning as temperatures climbed into the mid-80’s. The delightful man shown was an appropriate compliment to the gorgeous flowers and the park’s manicured lawn, playground, small children swinging with their moms–a few eyeing the photographer suspiciously.
Barry (artist above) describes his muse as: “Created by Nature, Found by Me”