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.
This large wall art piece was custom made for a loft in a converted tobacco building in Downtown Durham.
This piece is made on a salvaged wooden spool end with lots of beautiful old barbed wire, a heart cut from tin roofing, and a found “Lyon” locker plate. It was purchased by a Georgia woman at Finster Fest
Reclaimed Kitchen cabinet parts with with 1920’s pine lath frames, vintage golf clubs and humorous and inspirational golf quotes. So popular that I opened a second Etsy store just for my golf art. (Golfarthandmade on Etsy.)
A mosaic made of reclaimed wood on a salvaged wooden spool end banded with a metal brandy keg band.
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.
This is the fourth in a series of benches made from curb – picked chairs. Of the other three, one resides in Durham, another in Cary, and the third is at The Haw River Ballroom in Saxapahaw.
This is a pair of media tables made from 100 year old oak barn flooring with rusty metal pipe legs. They measure 5′ wide x 32″ high X 15″ deep, a custom order for Chapel Hill clients. The oak is out of a barn in Cedar Grove, NC, compliments of the Eno river Association. These … [Read more…]
I was able to salvage multiple truckloads of beautiful old wood and rusty metal artifacts from this site prior to the demolition of the buildings. There were two barns and a farmhouse plus multiple smaller buildings that were demolished by the Eno River Association due to their advanced state of decay and the Association’s desire … [Read more…]