Buckwild Customs is owned and operated by Cory and Doug. Their love for the outdoors is what originally brought them together and soon after they discovered they both share the same enthusiasm and skill for creating art. That led them to combine these two passions into a business that is bringing a whole new look to the outdoors.
I’m just a country boy trying to live a country boy dream! I grew up spending time in the outdoors with hunting and fishing and enjoying God’s creation, loving every moment. In the third grade I discovered I had an artistic side but never thought it was possible to make a living at drawing. Now, at this point in my life I have been able to unite my passions of the great outdoors and artistry. It all began during a conversation with my friend Doug, and next thing I know we were carving and starting a business. I never could have dreamed how much I enjoy what I do and I pour all my energy into every job finding satisfaction in the smiles on client’s faces when they see their finished product that is able to capture a moment forever!
As a young child I enjoyed doing creative activities such as drawing, painting, sculpting with clay, and play dough, as many kids do. I studied art in high school and in my early 20’s my Dad introduced me to Ludwig Kieninger, a master wood carver, from Bavaria. I studied wood carving under Ludwig for approximately 5 years in his studio in Desoto TX and have several pieces I’m very proud to have produced during that time. I have always loved the outdoors and took up hunting a few years ago. As I kept one of my deer skulls it occurred to me to put a design on it and the rest is history. I enjoy producing these pieces of art as it is truly a labor of love.
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