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This multimedia piece consists of refinished reclaimed scrap wood painted espresso brown that creates frames for organic textures, patterns, and colors. Constructed with Kreg pocket holes and screws, 46" wide x 39" tall"

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Comment by Craig Diamond on January 10, 2011 at 5:38pm
Patrick - Thanks... The frame is built as one piece. With lots of measuring and planning, I cut the necessary lengths and drilled pocket holes to screw it together. Adding the textures was a secondary addition that I didn't originally plan on incorporating but I think it adds a lot.
Comment by patrick in memphis(collierville) on January 10, 2011 at 5:04pm
petty cool piece of art craig how did you affix all the littlte frames together?thanks patrick in memphis

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