Reclaimed Barn Wood "Spot of Blue"
"Spot of Blue" is a collection of all that is right and beautiful with reclaimed wood. This is the stuff that makes digging through a construction dumpster worthwhile. This is what makes those hours spent pulling nails and sorting and stacking barnwood make sense. Take a look at these perfect little pieces of wood with their richly textured surfaces, funny little knots and craggy grains. Art made by nature. What could be more perfect? A myriad of stains and paints complete this piece…
Ariele Alasko's New Work Has Taken a Decidedly Adventurous Turn - Sight Unseen
In recent months, Ariele Alasko's work has become even more sculptural: chubby, U-shaped brushes; thick, bleached squiggles; chain-linked chunks of cherry.
Heather Patterson Wood Artist | Artful Home
Heather Patterson builds three dimensional sculptural mosaics using found wood, sea glass, ceramics and metals. Collecting the unremarkable evidence left behind -- items that are washed up on a beach or tossed on the street, construction materials from demolitions and renovations--Patterson takes what is overlooked and connects them to a new purpose. Patterson begins each piece with the physical processes of cleaning, cutting, sanding, sorting, staining and drilling. Each piece of wood is…
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These are called “Pukamani Poles” and represent individual people who have passed away incorporating a mourning process into their state of being from their birth, life, death, and rebirth. Australian Aboriginal.
Industrial Design Trends and Inspiration - leManoosh
leManoosh is an industrial design resource to learn and find inspiration with the latest trends in the industrial product design industry and sketches
Preview The Gallery Guide Previews - Michael Peterson: Evolution | Revolution
Michael Peterson, Coastal Stack VI, burl, carved, sandblasted, bleached, pigmented (Bellevue Arts Museum) www.bellevuearts.org