|Project by Clint Searl||posted 729 days ago||1029 views||1 time favorited||3 comments|
I acquired this piece of cypress after someone’s botched attempt to coat it with a plactic finish. I first coated it with a variety of copper, bronze, and brass emulsions in a kind of random pattern that I then treated chemically to make the patina. After drying and washing I finished it with solvent lacquer. The base is a hexagram of 2×4’s held together with lengths of 1” EMT, all painted metallic green basecoat clearcoat lacquer. It’s about 45” in diameter.
-- Clint Searl.............We deserve what we tolerate