Creswell's Len Zeoli sits with some of his ”ancestor” sculptures in his garage woodshop. ERIN TIERNEY/THE CRESWELL CHRONICLE
That's the Len Zeoli recipe for life.
He's a wood sculptor whose art is alive to him. He and his wife, Christie, moved to Creswell from Uniontown, Wash., last year, along with their five cats.
He crafts a variety of sculptures - furniture, public displays and abstract pieces - all of which speak to the strength of our ancestors, to the intricacies of the celestial world, to the power of . . .