|Project by Dan'um Style||posted 06-17-2008 02:18 AM||2024 views||0 times favorited||16 comments|
Three of my most recent pieces.
Left photo is titled: The River’s Edge.
Stoneware tile designs inspired by Birger Sandzen woodblock prints.
Wood is Makore with my same’ole tried and true finishing method, top coated with seedlac and walnut paste wax.
Tiles are acid patinated iron oxide finish.
Center photo is titled: Path to the Bungalow
Wood is Mansonia. Same finish method.
Stoneware tile is acid patinated Bronze finish.
Third photo is titled: Bristlecone Pine
Frame is made from Zebrawood, with same finish as before, with the exception the “face-side” was resanded after it was oil stained because the Zebrawood sucked up the pigment like crazey and wiped out all of the Zebra figure. Wet sanded to 400 grit with seedlac topcoat. Walnut paste wax.
Tile is acid patinatinated copper finish.
First two pieces are half-lap construction, with patinated iron blacksmith rivets
Third one is mortice and tennon contruction.
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