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Wooden Replica – Kings House

Don Stevenson Janice MacDonald

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Collaborative piece by Don Stevenson and Janice MacDonald.

  • 15″ x 21″ x 13
  • Wood, mixed media

 

 

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Description

“Wooden Replica – Kings House”: by Janice MacDonald.  King’s House family home is a “Story Book” version wooden model constructed from a vintage bread box using scrap wood and miscellaneous hand made adornments along with packing foam chimneys.  The finish is fabric dye and steel wool glazing.  King’s House is located in the Cradle of Forestry in Pisgah National Forest which is operated by the USDA Forest Service, National Forests in North Carolina and the Department of Agriculture.

Artist: Don Stevenson

Janice MacDonald

Frustration with traditional art methods was the genesis of my work. Clay was the classic material for sculpting; however, because I lacked a good technical foundation in the medium, success was limited-resulting in broken in firing. Hours of inspiration ( and perspiration) wasted. Someone else ( the kiln operator) was always in control. AND, I wanted to paint with a brush..What to Do?

Description

“Wooden Replica – Kings House”: by Janice MacDonald.  King’s House family home is a “Story Book” version wooden model constructed from a vintage bread box using scrap wood and miscellaneous hand made adornments along with packing foam chimneys.  The finish is fabric dye and steel wool glazing.  King’s House is located in the Cradle of Forestry in Pisgah National Forest which is operated by the USDA Forest Service, National Forests in North Carolina and the Department of Agriculture.

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