Old Pine Woodworking

Hunter Law grew up in rural Maine, graduating from Foxcroft Academy in 2014. He went on to study studio art for two years at the University of Maine, before starting an eight-month tattooing apprenticeship—where he became licensed, and worked under veteran tattoo artist, Cory Nash, for a year. Thereafter, Hunter began pursuing his dream of specializing in landscape and wildlife art. In 2019, he was selected for the Baxter State Park Visiting Artist Program—where he facilitated workshops and held an open studio for the local community. Additionally, Hunter was accepted to display his artwork at the Moosehead Lake Artisan Village in 2018 and 2019. More recently, Hunter participated in the 2020 Maine Migratory Waterfowl Stamp Art Contest put on by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. From this, Hunter has established a relationship with the department. Hunter continues pursuing his aspiration to be one of Maine’s premiere landscape and wildlife artists.

Brooks Law


Hunter Law

Growing up in rural Maine established my natural fondness for the outdoors, and all things wild. After graduating from high school in 2015, I decided to move away, and soon followed my strong desire to travel west. In 2018 I worked for 5 months in Yellowstone National Park, where my love for nature flourished into a desired way of life. My light-hearted and down-to-earth personality has allowed me to establish deep connections with many people throughout my travels, giving me invaluable experience with all kinds of people and places. After moving around a bit, between various states, I have now resettled in Maine, to pursue my aspirations of becoming an expert woodworker, as well as working with children, and aiding their developmental process. My brother, Hunter, and I have decided to start our woodworking business as a display of both craftsmanship and creativity.