Called the “father of woodcarving in Oregon,” 86-year-old Leroy Setziol has done commissioned wood panels for site all over the state. At home in Sheridan, he discusses his career and how he developed his unique style, which combines geometric patterns with figures, especially religious themes.

First Broadcast: 2001
Producer: KC Cowan
Videographer: Tom Shrider
Editor: Nicholas Fisher

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Oregon Art Beat:#410
Original Broadcast: December 12, 2002