We are showing a spiked, frameless Seacrest piece behind the wine shop at the Greenbank Farm. It's an interesting piece made originally to hang horizontally but we have hung it vertically here and it still looks good!
We have an extra wall to fill at the gallery before our new artist brings in their work next month. In the mean time, we're all pitching in a piece to fill the space. David and I brought in a Reclaimed Blue Mirror with a weathered gray frame (instead of our normal black frame). It turned out really nice!
Here's our new wall at Artworks Gallery at Greenbank Farm! We have a Lake Reflection and small Fuchsia Bloom piece on display plus a new Shadow Forest and Chevron Lake piece! Lots of new stuff. Come check us out!
I thought it would be fun to show how we make one of our newest pieces: the Origami. It's like 108 tiny colorful origami folding papers all laying out in a pleasing way, except that it's not origami paper, it's wood. Pretty cool! Here's the rough process:
The summers in Washington are so perfect they make you forget how grey it is the rest of the year. When you have perfect sunny, mid-70s days it's hard not to work outside. Our two year old, Jackson, was helping me lay out a Natural Headboard recently on one of these perfect days... The end result...