Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
This is from a smallish cherry log, not completely seasoned. John turned it anyway, hoping it wouldn't crack as it dried.
But it did. So he filled the cracks with this pretty stuff.
It looks great this way.
Very well created!
That’s super, the addition of colour really enhances it. Wabi sabi!
I love this! What an amazing talent to have. Does he sell these? There is definitely a market. He should take some to a craft festival, or find a local shop that will sell them. Tourists and fall leafers would love them. I would snatch this up in a second. (Then Jerry would ask, "Where are we going to put it?")
I'm trying to get him to put together a group of these pieces to see about selling in one of our local stores. Trying to figure out prices.
Goodness. It's just gorgeous! That turquoise stripe took it to a whole new level of beauty.
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