A golf art piece made with a collection of vintage ball markers and an antique Royal golf ball reclaimed knotty pine with found golf tees.
A baby chick made from reclaimed wood and found objects.
I had a lot of fun making a golf club head and some other found objects into a Chihuahua. The “Big Bertha” golf club head adds a hint of irony as well.
This is a small wall art piece made on a piece of an applejack brandy keg stave. Mounted to the charred interior portion of the stave is a collection of distressed golf pencils found on my local courses, and a 1973 Canadian penny. It’s cool because there’s a slight curve of the stave on the top and bottom … [Read more…]
This is one of a batch of four golf tee mandalas that I made in December 2015. This one has a Lang’s mayonnaise cap on it with a rubberstamp pricing it at $.47.
A golf tee mandala made in December 2015. This one’s on reclaimed wood and wrapped with salvaged tin nailed on with copper tacks.
Another in a batch of four golf tee mandalas, this one’s made on reclaimed knotty pine with found tees, a cool metal engine part, 22 bullet casings, an inverted mason jar lid, and a truck reflector.
This piece was custom-made and shipped to New Mexico! It’s a golf tee mandala made on 1940s pine roof decking that I treated with a coat of steel wool and vinegar stain. The frame is 1920s yellow pine lath. The center portion of this piece is made up of a pulley and a rusty mason … [Read more…]