Chuck Rohr is a copper sculptor living in Mount Dora, Florida. He draws from the vast knowledge he’s collected during his life of adventure and world travels to make unique and creative sculptures and trophies on his dock at Lake Dora. He started sculpting in the 1960s after surviving a shipwreck. Once rescued by the coast guard, he took an old Ford fender and created a sinking ship, shown below:
Chuck now specializes in creating copper roses: either single flowers that fit over wine bottles, bouquets of roses, or any custom request.
Rohr owned an art gallery in the 1970s where he made art for six years for clients such as George Steinbrenner, owner of the New York Yankees, Evel Knievel, Jackie Gleason, and actor Charlton Heston.