Walking sticks

James "Jim" Sarantakis creates art from a bench in his small kitchen.

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  • James Sarantakis of Lowell, in his apartment, with his sports stick, notiing the championships of the four major Boston sports teams. It’s one of the walking sticks he’s made from wood gathered along the river. (SUN/Julia Malakie)

  • James Sarantakis of Lowell, in his apartment kitchen, uses a draw blade to remove bark from a piece of river birch He makes walking sticks from wood gathered along the river. (SUN/Julia Malakie)

  • Some of the walking sticks James Sarantakis of Lowell makes from wood gathered along the river. (SUN/Julia Malakie)

  • James Sarantakis of Lowell, in his apartment, with a walking stick made from a section of bittersweet vine that grows around trees. It’s one of the walking sticks he’s made from wood gathered along the river. (SUN/Julia Malakie)

  • James Sarantakis of Lowell, in his apartment, with his sports stick, notiing the championships of the four major Boston sports teams. It’s one of the walking sticks he’s made from wood gathered along the river. (SUN/Julia Malakie)

  • James Sarantakis of Lowell, in his apartment kitchen, uses a draw blade to remove bark from a piece of river birch He makes walking sticks from wood gathered along the river. (SUN/Julia Malakie)

  • James Sarantakis of Lowell, in his apartment kitchen, uses a draw blade to remove bark from a piece of river birch He makes walking sticks from wood gathered along the river. (SUN/Julia Malakie)

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