This is an all wood Old World style end table. - with ornate drops on the corners and an antique ceiling tile finish on the top. The legs and skirt are painted in an antique white. The top is faux bronze (exterior rated paint for durability) with the entire piece sealed in both clear and dark waxes. 15.5 inches square and 17 inches tall. It is for sale here
Isn't he gorgeous? (If I do say so myself) - His saddle , blanket and head harness were created with woodUbend appliques. He is hand painted fron nose to tail in blended colors and waxes. His saddle is mahogany stained to look like leather. He is made of plastic and stands on his own The stand shown is not included. He is available for $375 and will have a listing soon.
Bella is painted in Frenchic pinks and creams using blending techniques. Her drawers are decoupaged with hand painting added for depth.
A vintage dresser painted with Frenchic paint. The image on the front is one of my original paintings called "Autumn Fields"
Painted with Modern Masters Metal Effects
Vintage Rocking chair painted with Frenchic paint for a faux denim finish. Original artwork provided by me!
Painted for a customer in Annie Sloan graphite with Paris Gray on the chairs and Old White on the table.
Vintage wood bread box painted with Frenchic paints.
"The world is but a canvas to our imagination......." Henry David Thoreau
“I am always doing what I cannot do yet,
in order to learn how to do it.”
“I dream my painting and I paint my dream.” ...Vincent Van Gogh
I do indeed, paint everything........ It's how I learn & practice techniques.
I use many techniques in the process of transforming old things into new (and sometimes new into old) and teach painting technique classes at The Gift Box in historic Alton, Illinois. The 2019 classes can be found here.
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