So… I have been really intrigued by the idea of creating art using unorthodox materials. I especially like the idea of using found objects as materials to paint on. For example, in an earlier post, I showcased my paintings on old records.
The main topic for today’s post is a piece that I have created out of a seemingly useless piece of wood. An old cutting board to be exact. A cutting board that I sanitized, painted with a base coat of white paint, decoupaged, painted again using a plethora of colors and then embellished with buttons and other odds and ends. Below you will find the method of creation for this piece that I call: Bibliophile.
And Voila! I have successfully (I think) turned an old, practically unusable wooden cutting board into a piece of art.
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Bibliophile. Copyright. Annotated Audrey. 2013 ©
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