|Project by nakedwood||posted 06-07-2013 12:02 PM||1200 views||0 times favorited||3 comments|
This was a piece of wood that was on top of a rock pile for around 30 years. It’s not driftwood because it was never in a body of water. I call it rainwood because after being on a rock pile for a long time the rain has shaped it into it’s current form. I spent around 15 hours of hand sanding and made a barn wood base. The base is a piece of barn siding with some maple inlays for decoration and structural stability.
It’s called Kanagawa because it reminded me of the famous Kanagawa tidal wave painting. The base is a silhouette of that painting. The entire piece is finished with several coats of tung oil.
-- Beau Lasiewicz