Title: No. 5 Artist: Jackson Pollock, 1948 I find this piece intriguing because of Pollock's use of color and technique. While I may be a few million short, it is a goal in my life to own a Pollock original.
Drew Wood, El Matador, color-shifting enamel, acrylic, found sand (from El Matador Beach, Malibu, CA), and synthetic resin on canvas, 72"x48"x2", Darshan R. Shah, M.D., FACS Collection | Drew Wood Art | Drew Wood | DREW WOOD ART | Drew Wood
The Creative Cluster of Flowers Skull Resin Skull Halloween Ornaments Bar Table Decoration (Size: H1)
Wish | The Creative Cluster of Flowers Skull Resin Skull Halloween Ornaments Bar Table Decoration (Size: H1)
Delicate Resin Flowers Bloom with Unusual Technique
These beautiful flowers may look like they are made of glass, but they are actually made from wire and liquid synthetic resin. Japanese Kanzashi (hair ornament) artist Sakae is the Maker behind this craft which she calls “dip flower.” It involves bending a wire into a desired shape and then dipping it in a liquid plastic.
Recreate the look of a blissful tropical retreat with our Bay Breeze seating. Each piece is handcrafted from natural bent rattan that is neatly handwoven and will weather to a beautiful, silvery patina over time. Includes Sunbrella cushions with toss pillow backs. Chair frame is crafted of natural bent rattan Synthetic resin white bindings Includes waterproof Sunbrella cushions with toss pillow backs Rattan frame will weather to a...