This batch of my popular golf plaques- great for Father’s Day, birthday, Christmas and more- was made from a batch of Durham salvaged 1 x 10 and 1 x 12 pine planks. I got about 140 pieces out of this collection of wood. The frames are pine lath, also salvaged in Durham, and the clubs … [Read more…]
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!
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.
I found these cool orange casters while salvaging in Durham and turned them into Ducks! I used rough-milled oak barn flooring for the background, the body is 1920s beadboard, and the beak is a railroad spike tip.
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
Something a little different for Mother’s Day. Sweater cut from antique furniture veneer with vintage buttons on reclaimed wood.