A batch of my beloved railroad spike birds made from found spikes and vintage reclaimed wood.
A Mandala on antique NC barnwood featuring a collection of divot tools scavenged from golf bags at thrift stores. Barnwood- 100 year old pine board and batt siding salvaged from a building along the railroad tracks in Efland, NC Divot tools- A variety of cool metal divot fixers found at thrift stores around North Carolina. … [Read more…]
Two folk art birds made on antique pine plank with golf artifacts and barbed wire.
I made two of these, using the two sides of an antique salvaged dresser and a lot of spindles off of antique chairs and bedframes. They are sort of an homage to North Carolina’s furniture making history, and represent a lot of craft and heart collected into one 18 x 44″ piece. I stop my truck … [Read more…]
I like it when I find old scissors because then I get to make these fun birds!
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.