A golf tee mandala made on weathered oak barnwood with found golf tees, a deco brass lamp part, and a vintage Asian coin This reminds me of a totem pole or other Native American design, like a dream catcher. I like the contrast of the white and tan tees with the grey-brown barnwood. Continue reading "Totem"
This is a birthday card made for my Lady, Catherine who is a vegetarian cheese lover! Continue reading "Kraft Cheese Slices"
32 antique leather golf grips, shellacked and mounted on a salvaged wooden spool end with a 70s Ford truck hubcap and an oversized Indian head penny in the center. The piece is 36" in diameter and is made on a salvaged wooden spool end. Other elements include a vinyl 33 lp and an upcycled saw blade. Purchased by the City of Newton at the 2016 Foothills Folk Art Festival preview event.
Stealing the title from the Mike Doughty song- A golf tee mandala made from vintage reclaimed wood, found golf tees, Starbucks cap, and mason jar lid. Continue reading "Busting Up a Starbuck’s ii"
Vintage foosball guys on 1920s pine with a found "men" sign. Continue reading "Men"
This piece was custom made for a loft in a former tobacco building in Downtown Durham for a space with a very unusual 60 degree corner. The building's outer walls were built to match the city street angles. Continue reading "60* Corner Cabinet with Pale Green Face"
This large wall art piece was custom made for a loft in a converted tobacco building in Downtown Durham. Continue reading "Wood Wall Art for Tobacco Building Loft"
Ducks made from 1920s pine beadboard, found casters, and Railroad Spike tips on 100+ year old oak barn flooring with 1920s pine lath frames. I like the tiny bit of pale green paint still clinging to the wood duck bodies. This is a batch of two ducks. Materials:
- Oak barn flooring from the Confluence site.
- 1920s beadboard bodies and pine lath frame, Englewood Ave, Durham.
- Found casters, Durham, NC.