A batch of antique hickory shafted clubs once belonging to Mary Hart of Durham, NC. Gifted to me by Ann Hart on a visit to Lake Bluff, Il.
Vintage foosball guys on 1920s pine with a found “men” sign.
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.
Spice/ Display racks made from a collection of salvaged drawers out of vintage kitchen cabinets and furniture. This is a five piece batch made from a variety of dumpster-dived and curb-picked drawers from the Durham area.
A golf art piece made with a collection of vintage ball markers and an antique Royal golf ball reclaimed knotty pine with found golf tees.
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 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 made this solo duck on a background of blue painted pine salvaged at Confluence, a really unusual and beautiful old blue color. The duck is made from 1920s pine flooring and a caster off of a salvaged piece of antique furniture. The beak is a railroad spike tip I framed the piece with thin strips of oak barn wood part of … [Read more…]