Spent a wonderful week exhibiting in the American Craft Exposition at the Chicago Botanic Garden. The show was impressive, as always, and well attended. Check out these photos of our work!
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Beer bottle caps serve great as fish scales if patterned right! Barracuda, Wahoo, and Mackerel. Each has a pine body clad with patterns of ‘scales’ made of bottle caps, and each with a bottle cap eye. The mackerel and wahoo have heads clad in painted tin. Each piece in this style is one of a kind. Barracuda is 52” long, 11” wide at the tail, and the Wahoo is 38” long, 11” wide at the tail. The Mackerel is 33″ long, 11″ at the widest point. Contact me for availability of pieces in this style.
One of my favorite styles of fish to make. Seabass, Barracuda, and Wahoo. Each has a pine body clad with antique tin pieces shaped and nailed on, with a bottle cap eye. Each piece in this style is absolutely one of a kind. Seabass are 33” long, 12” at widest point. Barracuda 52” long, 11” wide at the tail, and the Wahoo is 38” long, 11” wide at the tail. Contact me if you are interested in a piece in this style.