A roomful of bowed boards provide tension to support drywall ceiling tiles while adhesive mastic dries. Getting from one side of the room to the other was somewhat of a challenge, requiring agility, frequent turns, and, occasionally, repositioning boards accidentally dislodged.
Time To Decorate
When your exterior walls look like this, it’s time to sand, prime and paint your house.
Interior walls are different, but need attention, too. Perhaps this rough image might serve as an appealing contrast with an otherwise finished space in your home. If so, then consider a print.
This exercise in symmetry began as a photograph of randomly shaped cut logs strewn haphazardly in a pile of firewood. Following an extensive reorganization by a band of wild beavers, I added some finishing touches. It’s available on many products in my shops at Redbubble, Society 6 and Fine Art America. See samples below.
Check it out…
At 9 1/4″ by 7 3/4″ with high-quality, full color printing, this cool mouse pad will look great in your home or office! It has a durable dust and stain resistant cloth cover with non-slip backing, and makes a great gift idea. Enjoy!
This unusual, angular architectural structure is based on a photograph of a vintage barn in Tennessee. Visit my gallery at Fine Art America for more.
This close-up photograph features the edges of several repurposed wooden planks I acquired, after cutting boards to make a coffee table out of an old bed frame. I uploaded this picture to my gallery at Fine Art America where guests can review a plethora of products, including: prints (framed, canvas, art, acrylic, metal, wood), greeting cards, throw pillows, tote bags, shower curtains and phone cases. Enjoy!
Based on a photograph of randomly dispersed firewood, the imposition of symmetry through design on these cut logs has yielded an interesting, albeit abstract, result. I’ve since added this design to my galleries at Society 6, Pixels and Zazzle. Stop by for a visit to discover a variety of different items, such as: