I just finished up these paintings the other day, after being a work in progress for about a month and a half! Sarah helped me create the painting on the left. We went to Michaels and got some crafty stuff (paint, canvases, etc.) when she was here in September. We faux ‘woodblock’ printed it inspired by a print of a real woodblock print we saw in the store. The other canvas we put 3 circles on.
Well, after putting everything away, I decided I didn’t really like the canvas with just 3 circles, so finally, finally Brentan and I painted over it the other night.
I think they look really nice, if not a little small for the wall in the picture. It was way cheaper than buying 2 canvases with pre-made art on them too! And now our little house is just a little more personalized with Sarah, Brentan, and my fingerprints on it!
I also put together this little bar schene on the wall next to the TV where the kegerator is. Don’t pay too much attention to the creepy hand, that’s just the tap handle. I got the mirrored plate at an estate sale a few weeks ago and I LOVE it. So mid-century and really pretty, and exactly what I was looking to put here. The art above it is from an ad in an old 60’s magazine (Holiday) that I also found at an estate sale and framed. It’s for Seagrams, and I liked the color and thought since all my friends from Boston love gin and tonics it’s a little dedication to them! 🙂 Then I put together a little still life on the top of glasswear and alcohol bottles I already had.
I’m looking to make a little skirt with some wild pattern to cover the base of the kegerator. It just looks like an ugly mini-fridge so I thought it needs some interest. I still have to find some good fabric and measure it all out and find some time to do it though…