John Bryan is a wood sculptor in North Yarmouth, ME, with four decades of professional experience. He produces an extensive range of traditionally carved work, from architectural mantelpieces, entryways, and bas-relief wall panels, to sculpture in wood and bronze. John’s carvings are in private collections across the U.S. and in Japan. They have been published in The New York Times, Fine Woodworking, Bon Appetit, Downeast, and Sports Illustrated, and have been exhibited at the National Sporting Library and Museum in Middleburg, VA, and the Paul Mellon Arts Center in Wallingford, CT, among other venues.
John teaches Bas-relief and Carving in the Round.