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September 29, 2015

The barn wood used in this hand painted sign came from an 1800's barn in Illinois. The large rope and wire  that attaches it were also found in the barn keeping it all vintage material. The back of the sign still has the original  red barn color. My client wanted a one...

January 2, 2015

I took a vintage wall clock that I recieved in the estate of a clock repairman and designed a Steampunk clock from it. The case was mostly intacked with only a few pieces missing. The inner workings were in worse condition and not able to be repaired. As I designed the...

July 29, 2014

This 1800's reproduction Wall Box was created using poplar hardwood with several base coats of milk paint. The decorative scroll work was hand painted before the aging process. A matt varnish finish was applied giving the piece a vintage look and feel. This piece was a...

July 23, 2014

This is a reproduction 1800"s Corner Candle Holder that I made from solid poplar hardwood for a silent auction. It features several layers of milk paint, decorative diamonds and scroll work that have been aged giving that vintage look and feel. The 2 tin diamond shaped...

April 23, 2014

After brainstorming with my client on ideas he had for a logo for a company he has, I came up with this design. I hand drew a sketch from his and my ideas hoping to catch the feel he was looking for in the logo. The "Jackass" had to have just the right smile and humor...

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