TREMBLAY WOOD ART
Ryan Tremblay was born and raised in Winter Haven, Florida, where his love for woodworking started as a child building tree forts out of salvaged lumber. It grew through high school shop class, his father's garage, and his brother's wood flooring business. His first commission, in 2001, was to build 5 wooden fraternal coats of arms that now hang at different campuses around North America. In 2004, he graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Building Construction, and spent 13 years managing over $300 million of complex commercial projects, most notably the design/build of the James Turrell Skyspace at Sarasota's Ringling Museum. In 2016, Ryan's passion for woodworking reignited and he has been blessed to work with a wide range of commercial and residential clients ever since.