Check out this amazing wood wall art by Tate Lowe of Orangutate workshop. He works with raw timbers, stock lumber or reclaimed wood. Most of my material is either found natural timber or recycled building supplies. They’re a chip off the old [recycled] block…
This wooden wall sculpture is what it would look like if wood could get left in the elements to rust. The deep and burnt reds mixed with the singed yellows and flecks of dark weathered blacks make this one of my more earthy wall hangings.
This wall art was made by cutting long 1×1 inch pine into hundreds of small and randomly sized blocks and then coloring them using a several step process. The geometric shape of all of those small angular pieces combined in such a random undulating pattern strike a great balance [read more].
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