Folk Art

Mr Roboto

Please forgive the subpar photo quality. This is one of those pieces that sold so quickly that I didn't have time to properly photograph it.   Mr. Roboto was the first piece that I sold at the 2016 Foothills Folk Art Festival in Newton, NC, just after it opened. (more…)

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Folk Art

Oreo

[caption id="attachment_452" align="alignnone" width="300"]Oreo Oreo[/caption] 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. (more…)

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Confluence/ Albright Farmstead

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 Read more…

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Folk Art

Man in a Box

My original vision was that this would echo “the scream”, a man with hollow eyes, trapped in a metal box, but I think that some people see it as cute. I guess both could be true, depending on the viewer. That’s the beauty of art. The box was found in the Read more…

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Folk Art

Barbed Wire Heart

Sweet barbed wire heart on 1940’s pine kitchen cabinet wood with tin roofing, leather from a vintage golf club cover, and walnut veneer off of an antique dresser. The cotton candy button is from the Eugenia Baird collection, barbed wire off my land. All other parts salvaged and found around Read more…

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