|Project by KoryK||posted 01-14-2014 01:04 AM||3380 views||6 times favorited||39 comments|
This was a really fun project that was inspired by a Norman Rockwell painting from 1929. I did do something I usually do not do, I painted some of it. I just thought it looked better to paint some green pine for the fence and then sanded to distress it to give it a weathered look (everything else is natural wood color). I used a lot of different kinds of wood for color on this one and I was pleased with the results. I’m sure you all know that some projects are a pleasure to work on while making it (like this one) and others are like pulling teeth to get it done.
It has 379 different pieces of wood using 24 different woods. It is 20 inches tall x 16 inches wide and is up to one inch thick. Woods used were cherry, aspen, ebony, mahogany, cocabolo, oak, babinga, osage, grinidillio, pine, purple heart, spalted tamerin, curly maple, walnut, yellow heart, wenge, blood wood, cypress, lace wood, ash, lignum, zebra wood, black mesquite, cortez. It is finished in satin.
Thanks for looking and hope y’all like it.
-- If you not making sawdust, your probably wasting your time. Kory