I don't currently have any didgeridoos in my shop because I haven't yet figured out how to ship one! If you are local and think you may be interested in owning one I will link my contact page below. Contact me even if you aren't local, I'm working out how to ship them and hopefully will have some for sale soon
Painted and sealed! This didgeridoo is almost as tall as I am.
Water marbling has been done using a vast array of materials and techniques through the years. The concept consists of floating paints, inks, dyes, or any sort of pigment on a "size" usually a liquid of some kind. Then the pigments are swirled or agitated with a tool to create beautiful, abstract, designs that make you think of marble. Next, the design is captured and preserved by laying or dipping a medium into the size that transfers the image onto the object. This can be paper, fabric, metal, plastic, or yourself! The options are seemingly limitless.
Reduce, Reuse UPCYCLE
This is one of the funnest and broadest categories that my artwork falls into. Pretty much anything that was originally intended for a particular use but is then re-purposed and used as something else can be considered "upcycled." To me it means taking something that is considered useless or obsolete and bringing it up from trash to treasure again by altering it somehow or using it for something it was not designed for. I'll let the pictures speak for themselves here, but some of the materials used were DVD's as mosaic tiles, spoons as pendants, old tire tubing for devil sticks,and the list goes on and on.