So these pieces of art are my most recent adventure. I basically burn the surface of the wood then carve out the silhouette and color it with food coloring. It’s extremely simple so the results are beautiful and affordable. The NC cutouts are 3ft wide and I am selling them for only $50!! Pieces of similar size would be similarly priced
My home decor has reach Cary! As of today Peterson’s Consigning Design will be selling a good variety of my products. See what all is there… Peterson’s Consigning Design
A friend of mine just bought a piece of property off of Yates Mill Pond Rd. Next to the house stood this beautiful old barn, but being built in early 1900s it has almost completely fallen apart. Thankfully I will be re-purposing this 100 year old barn wood! If you are interested in having something made from this wood make sure to send me a message. Continue reading “Freedom Farms barn wood”
The fine art of reuse! This past week I took a trip down to the outer banks in hope of finding a new home for my artwork. On the first day I went to visit Seagreen gallery just off of Hwy 12 in Nags Head. After meeting with the owner I found that this place was perfect, but they didn’t just take my artwork, they gave me valuable advice as well!
They have an incredible selection of fine artwork in one of the most beautiful places in the world; combine that with their helpful staff and I couldn’t possibly be happier!
Here is what I have available at Seagreen: https://artlesshomedecor.com/seagreen/
The sides of this table are made of wood used on a recently rebuilt bridge just off of Lake Johnson. The top boards and legs are made from lumber used to store material at Rex Hospital. It’s 22 inches wide, 47 inches long and 18 inches tall. And it weighs about 80 lbs!! This piece will be making its debut at Merry and Bright (go to Locations page for more info)
The wood from this table was found in the swampy areas of Lake Johnson in Raleigh, NC. It use to be an old street marker for Farmington woods drive and Mockingbird Lane in Cary, NC. It was most likely washed into Lake Johnson during a flood. This piece ended up selling to friend who happened to work on that same street!