We've carried this piece for years now. It's a personal favorite and many customers adore it, too.
Part of the reason I like it is, because I'm a native Baltimorean of a certain age, I remember a great little blues bar called No Fish Today. It's been long gone. Gone for decades even. But, I remember the bar and remember their logo. It was a fish head and bones. It's just like this great recycled oil drum piece.
Whether or not you remember a blues bar in Baltimore (so much alliteration!), it's hard not to love this piece of recycled oil drum art from Haiti. Great to display in a kitchen or out on the deck.
Friday Photo: Metal art octopus
It's a simple yet not simple metal art Friday Photo. This fabulous cephalopod has many fans, and it will be a great piece of steel drum art on your wall, inside or as outdoor decor.
Among the most satisfying aspects of selling Haitian oil drum art is learning how the product worked out as a gift, or at someone's home, either as inside or as outdoor art. When I'm selling live, people will sometimes pull out their phones and show me their new recycled art in context. More rarely, someone emails a photo to me.
Today's Friday Photo is from the rare customer who did email a photo of the finished product. And, the results are great.
As you can see, smaller pieces of metal art, including several fleur de lis, small lotus, and birds in tree pieces adore the upper walls in this lovely kitchen. The effect is so much more creative than painting a border or using wallpaper.
Maybe metal art is just what you need to complete a decorating project? Questions? Just get in touch.
This small piece of oil drum art goes by many names: hamsa, hand of Fatima, hand of Miriam, and sometimes hand of God. Whatever you call it, this metal art is great in small spaces or as part of an ensemble. It'll also work in you hamsa, hand of Fatima, other hand collection!
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Friday Photo: Fleu de lis
Whether you're a New Orleans or Saint's football team fan, or a Boy Scout, or fascinated by the symbolism of flags and coats of arms, this recycled metal fleu de lis is, simply, perfect.
Find it here.
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