Jeff Felts has harbored a lifelong passion for creating art, and the past two and a half years have been no exception. By day, he works as a custodian for Pulaski County Public Schools.
The rest of the time, however, he is putting together genuine works of art that can be seen at his home.
Terra cotta pipes, rusted bike wheels, and multi-colored kitchen utensils make up the gallery that is Felts’ front yard. For the most part, those pieces only represent a fraction of the work he’s done over the course of his life, however they also embody a recent philosophy Felts has adopted as he approaches his work.
“Nothing is welded to be permanent,” Felts said, pointing to a symmetrical sculpture consisting of bicycle wheels and tied together with wires.
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