Made on vintage knotty pine taken from salvaged kitchen cabinets with upcycled paintbrushes, a drill bit, and a railroad spike tip.
Something a little different for Mother’s Day. Sweater cut from antique furniture veneer with vintage buttons on reclaimed wood.
A medium sized piece of folk art on a section of an antique pine door with safety deposit box keys, heart pine flooring tongues, allen wrenches, and a frame made out of poplar crib legs from the 1960s. A metal Oreo ad and an ornate switch plate sit in the center.
Another of my heart series with a cornbread mold cast heart on a pretty piece of 1920s pine baseboard with a guitar string wreath.
A salvaged putter on 100 year old barnwood with barbed wire legs and pallet wood wings. Barnwood- Efland, NC Barbed Wire- From my 3 acre place in Efland. Foremost putter head from a Durham Thrift store.
I found this rusty drain cover in the Confluence barn. It looked like a pig face to me.
Vintage foosball guy in a field of corn near Nashville?
This is a series of birds made from a batch of fingernail scissors left behind at my Efland Shop by the former owner, David Baird Sr. I made seven of these, and that was all the scissors. They were very popular and sold quickly each time I finished one. I even had a wait list … [Read more…]
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.