Michael Sherrill is a sculptor whose studio is in the woods near Bat Cave. His hallmark is sculptures of the natural world--some life-size and some exaggerated in scale, hues and texture. Galleries and private collectors the world over have sought his work. He has also invented a line of ceramic tools, called Mudtools, which are shipped to artists around the world. His works have appeared in the Smithsonian, Clinton Presidential Library & Museum, and Inchon, South Korea's World Ceramic Center.