Outsider artist Clyde Jones was born near Goldsboro in the late 1940s and now lives in Bynum. Carving with a chainsaw, the self-taught artist creates sculptures out of felled trees, preferably heavy Georgia cedar. His works of art are incredibly difficult to move because of their weight. Over the last ten years Jones has added two-dimensional painting to his repertoire. Most of his paintings show bold, thickly rendered animals, such as penguins, giraffes, cows, and fish.