Vintage foosball guy in a field of corn near Nashville?
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.
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.
I gave myself the gift of an art day and made this batch of birds and some other fun stuff. I used some salvaged faucet handles, old paintbrushes, a drill bit, vintage buttons, clothes pins, a railroad spike tip, and of course, cool reclaimed wood! Two of the birds sit on knotty pine that … [Read more…]
This folk art piece gets its name from the jar lid in the center, which I found in a barn. I don’t know the age, or what it’s a jar lid for, but it’s cool. I found it at the Albright Farm. The background is a piece of oak barnwood from the Finley Barn in … [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…]